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DOHLE apparently.

Now, I am confused.  If the relative was a returning traveller, then they would have been holed up in a hotel so no contact with family, so no problem, apparently.  

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1 minute ago, Gladys said:

DOHLE apparently.

Now, I am confused.  If the relative was a returning traveller, then they would have been holed up in a hotel so no contact with family, so no problem, apparently.  

But what's the sketch with Island-based IOMSPCo staff? Do they also isolate away from the rest of their family? I suspect not.

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If another lock down is in the offing then compliance this time will be much harder, despite the logic of it.

I predict a lot of people will go off island and take their chances.

It's still the getting back that is a problem.

 

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The IOMSPCo crew member was in a non passenger facing role - as was the non IOM based crew member who tested positive last week. It is possible (if not likely) that these cases are linked. 
 

Do the IOMSPCo really need to have UK staff on board at these times?

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1 minute ago, madmanxpilot said:

The IOMSPCo crew member was in a non passenger facing role - as was the non IOM based crew member who tested positive last week. It is possible (if not likely) that these cases are linked. 
 

Do the IOMSPCo really need to have UK staff on board at these times?

The thing is it could be a staff member who loads the freight on the boat and doesn't actually travel, who knows

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