Coronavirus Information

The Department recognises that the Coronavirus pandemic is having a continued and significant negative affect on many businesses but in particular, those within the broader tourism and travel related sectors that derive a significant majority of their revenue from inbound visitors, or leisure and business travellers both to and from the Island.

The Department would wish to provide emergency support to such businesses in the short term to protect the sector and in turn, their staff and customers.

This emergency assistance package runs from 1st July 2020 for a period of 3 months, ending 30th September 2020.

 

If you have a business within the tourism and travel sector, please click the relevant button below:

I’M A REGISTERED VISITOR ACCOMMODATION PROVIDER

I’M A TOURISM/TRAVEL COMPANY WITH STAFF

I’M A TOURISM/TRAVEL SOLE TRADER/SELF-EMPLOYED INDIVIDUAL

Eligibility 

Potential applicants who are unsure of their eligibility, may contact the Department by telephone on 687333 or by completing the brief online enquiry form which can be found at www.gov.im/businessenquiries

Other Support Available

The Isle of Man Government has also set out a package of measures to support local businesses throughout the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19.

This includes the following measures for employers, self-employed and employees.

Employers

Self-employed

Employees

For enquiries regarding any of the schemes listed above, please complete our online enquiry form.

NEWS

  • Continued Support Announced for the Tourism and Travel Sector

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