Visitors currently undertaking longer self-isolation periods
Restrictions for travellers visiting the Isle of Man from the Republic of Ireland will be looked at as soon as Covid numbers 'meet the threshold'.
The Council of Ministers will formally review the position on 12 May.
As it stands anyone travelling to the Island - who's travelled outside the UK or Channel Islands - must self-isolate for between 14 and 21 days.
For those who have spent a fortnight in the UK, Jersey or Guernsey before visiting the Island isolation has dropped to seven days.
At a special sitting of Tynwald this week Douglas East MHK Clare Barber said she was concerned about the impact this was having:
Chief Minister Howard Quayle said figures had to drop before any changes to self-isolation requirements would be made: