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Self-isolating? Don't tend to livestock

IOM Rural Support Group offering assistance

Those who are self-isolating on the Isle of Man are reminded they must not tend to horses, livestock or other farm animals during the 14-day period.

Livestock owners are advised to have a contingency plan in place to cover the eventuality of self-isolation.

You're asked to agree cover with a neighbour, friends or a relative, and plan for the worst case scenario.

For more information, you can join the 'Isle of Man Rural Support Group' and ask for assistance if required.

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