The Government is pursuing a strategy to suppress the spread of coronavirus, contain it where cases occur, and to shield those at higher risk from it. The primary goal is to flatten the epidemic curve. The second is to exit this pandemic as quickly as we can safely do.
On Wednesday 3 June 2020, Government updated it's strategy to achieve this.
COVID-19 Strategy June 2020
About the Safe Exit Framework
public health and social measures to be taken at each level as we seek to progress through the pandemic as safely as possible.
The Safe Exit Framework Table summarises the key measures at each level of the Framework. It has been updated since publication to reflect changes for Level 2, following full review of the epidemiological conditions and developing information about the effectiveness of control measures in Jersey and overseas.
Print version of the Safe Exit Framework
A detailed statement of the measures to be introduced at each level will be published at the start of each level.
Read the full statement on the Safe Exit Framework: Level 3 Policy from Public Health.
COVID-19 Safe Exit Framework: Level 2 Policy statement
Further detail and advice for all Islanders on what Level 3 means for you.
Advice for Islanders during Level 2
Further detail and how the policy applies to work and business.
Advice for businesses during Level 2
Information on previous levels of the Safe Exit Framework
Level 4 lockdown applied in Jersey from 30 March until 10 May 2020.
Stay at Home policy
Level 3 applied in Jersey from 11 May to 11 June.
Level 3 policy