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Social-distancing rules could be eased if case numbers remain low

Motorists can have passengers from other households from today

Social-distancing rules will continue to be eased this month if coronavirus cases on the Island remain low.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle revealed the Council of Ministers has been taking a "fresh look" at current measures.

It follows 12 straight days with no new cases of coronavirus on the Isle of Man.

From today, motorists can have up to two people from outside their household in the car with them, meaning driving tests and lessons will be able to resume.

Mr Quayle also says a change may come on 15 June to match the World Health Organisation's social-distancing guidance of at least one metre:

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