The Isle of Man has no remaining active cases of coronavirus. Twenty-four people have died on the island but the last positive case of the virus was recorded on 20 May.
The island became the first place in the British Isles to scrap social distancing and lockdown restrictions. Since 15 June islanders have been able to visit pubs, restaurants, shops and gyms and children returned to school.
Whilst travel to the island remains largely prohibited, a Guernsey and Isle of Man 'air bridge' will operate from July. Travellers between the islands, which are both currently Covid-19 free, will not have to self-isolate.