Whilst we are confident that the recent outbreak of COVID-19 that we saw in the Islands in April this year has been closed down, this doesn’t mean that we should become complacent.  COVID-19 remains a disease that is still spreading quickly around the world.  In real terms our risk of COVID remains – even with strict quarantine measures in place, there is still a chance that the virus could get into the Islands again. It is for this reason that advice remains around the social distancing and bubble recommendations.  The document below provides additional clarification on these measures.

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Social distancing and bubbles clarification
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