UK: Isle of Man Scraps Lockdown, Masks and Social Distancing

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Life on the self-governing island that has a population 85,000 people has returned to ‘near normal’ by fully reopening businesses, restaurants and pubs, reopening schools, scrapping the mask requirement and ending social distancing. The tiny island exited a 25-day ‘circuit break’ lockdown after no COVID cases were detected since a small outbreak in early January. Tourists are currently not allowed to enter the Isle of Man, and strict screening and quarantine protocols remain in place for approved visitors.

Residents of the Isle of Man are returning to ‘near normal’ conditions after the government scrapped mask and social distancing rules and ended a brief lockdown.

The self-governing island, part of the British Isles, exited a 25-day ‘circuit break’ lockdown after no ‘unexplained’ COVID cases were detected since a small outbreak in early January.

On Monday, roughly 85,000 residents resumed their customary lifestyles, with some exceptions pertaining to strict border controls and international travel rules.

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