Face masks now have to be worn in healthcare settings across the Isle of Man after a surge in Covid cases.
The reintroduction comes after an influx of visitors for this year's TT, causing infections to quadruple on the Island.
It is a reverse of the decision made a week ago to lift the restriction.
Provider of health and social care on the Isle of Man, Manx care said: "Mask-wearing is re-introduced in our premises, following a spike in Covid-19 community transmission."
Mask wearing is now mandatory at Noble’s Hospital, Ramsey Cottage Hospital, and Manannan Court, as well as all care homes, GP practices, outpatient/community clinics, dentists and opticians.