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Stranded residents to return to Island from 15th April

Mon, 06 Apr 2020

 © Copyright M J Richardson and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.
© Copyright M J Richardson and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

Residents from the Isle of Man who are stranded overseas will be allowed back to the Island from 15th April.

Health Minister David Ashford confirmed the Government has been contacted by 190 people who are stuck in the UK and in other countries.

The repatriation process will able to return to the Island from Wednesday 15th April via designated sailings from Heysham.

Health checks will be carried out at Heysham Port.

Sailings will be managed so the crew and passengers are able to stay at a distance.

Mr Ashford said the arrivals would be subject to mandatory 14 days in isolation.

 


 

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