The number of active cases of Covid-19 on the Isle of Man has risen to the highest level since the pandemic began.
A total of 611 new infections were recorded between Friday and Monday, bringing the total number of active cases to 893.
One person is receiving treatment for the virus at Noble's Hospital.
Health Minister David Ashford previously said people would have to "adapt to live" with Covid-19.
About 75% of the island's adult population has now been fully vaccinated against the virus.
The island's previous high of 881 cases was recorded on 21 March, almost three weeks after it entered its third lockdown.
The rising infection rates mean visiting restrictions have been enforced at both Noble's and Ramsey Cottage Hospitals.
Visits have been limited to 15 minutes, masks must be worn and details will be recorded for contact tracing.
Recent travellers and contacts of positive cases have been banned from visiting without special permission.