The Isle of Man has gone into a ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown for 21 days from 00:01 Thursday 7th January.
I am delighted to be able to inform you that following the Isle of Man Government’s relaxation on social distancing restrictions that Burleigh Manor will be open to visitors as usual from Monday 29th June.
I hope this announcement finds all our clients, associates and friends well and coping during this unprecedented situation. It is now nearly three weeks since there has been a positive test on the Isle of Man and I think that speaks volumes for the steps taken by the Isle of Man Government and the buy-in from the Isle of Man community to the lockdown measures that were imposed on us all.
I hope this announcement finds all our clients, associates and friends well and coping with the unprecedented nature of the Coronavirus epidemic. Since this virus reached Europe and the British Isles the Directors of Peregrine have endeavoured to put the welfare of our staff, clients, associates and their families at the forefront of our response. We have followed implicitly the guidelines issued by the World Health Organisation, Public Health England and the Isle of Man Government.
I am sure that you will have received many communications over the last few days concerning the Coronavirus, but we wanted to provide a brief overview of our plans to deal with any outbreak in the Isle of Man.