Change in Covid-19 testing procedure
Government has changed the Covid-19 testing procedure, meaning those who receive a negative result no longer have to self-isolate for 14 days.
Previously those tested would be legally required to self-isolate, regardless of the result.
However this only applies to those who have been on Island, with no travel off, for a straight 14 days of more. If not, you will still have to self isolate for two weeks.
Chief Minister Howard Quayle announced the changes at the latest government coronavirus conference: