Two new unexplained cases of coronavirus have emerged on the Isle of Man, APA reports citing BBC.
The new infections were detected last night, just two days after the island lifted lockdown restrictions for the third time.
Contact tracing is ongoing and close contacts of both people are being tested, a government spokesman says.
Chief Minister Howard Quayle says the cases have given the government "cause for concern".
The last Covid-19 case with an unknown source of transmission on the island was recorded on 30 March.
The Council of Ministers is due to meet at lunchtime to discuss the situation - and you can read more here.