Information for DOI tenants

We know many of you will be concerned about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Our priority is to do everything we can to keep all tenants and colleagues safe and to keep providing a good service for you.   If you or a member of your family are self-isolating and you have an appointment…

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Government daily update – 18 March 2020

Things continue to move quickly as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic is still wide reaching. It remains important that while things progress at pace residents act on the most up-to-date and relevant information.   Anyone arriving in the Isle of Man, anyone displaying symptoms or anyone living with someone displaying symptoms of the coronavirus…

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Man in custody for breaching self-isolation

All arrivals on Island required to self-isolate for 14 days   A man has been arrested after failing to stick to self-isolation laws.   The Central Neighbourhood Policing Team confirmed he’s in police custody for not complying with the new legislation, which was brought in to limit the spread of coronavirus.   Since Tuesday night, everyone arriving…

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Government daily update – 17 March 2020

The situation continues to be fast and fluid and a number of announcements and information was released today as the Isle of Man Government seeks to protect the population and focus on the needs of the Island.   Strengthened legal powers to help protect people against the possible spread of coronavirus are being brought into…

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IOM specific measures announced

Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK has today announced emergency measures to protect the Isle of Man and its residents in light of the global coronavirus pandemic.   Decisions have been made in the best interests of the Island’s community and economy following work which took place over the weekend and meetings held today by the…

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