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Coronavirus Update - November 2020

Coronavirus

I hope this announcement finds all our clients, associates and friends well and enjoying the fortunate position of normality that we find ourselves in on the Isle of Man.

Following the Isle of Man Government guidelines, we are currently still able to work from Burleigh Manor, which in turn means the office is open as normal and we are allowed to host meetings at our office and attend meetings at third party offices if necessary.

We are incredibly conscious that this year has put everyone under unprecedented stresses and concerns, not least of which, being the fear that one may actually catch coronavirus. Therefore, out of respect to all of our staff, clients, business friends and associates who may still feel apprehensive about returning to traditional greetings, we are continuing to maintain a no-handshake policy within Burleigh Manor. We hope this does not cause offence - it is certainly not intended to, it is more a gesture to maintain the reassurance that at Browne Craine we take everyone’s safety extremely seriously.

We are also still running a “track and trace” system so please ensure when you come to the building for a meeting that you sign our visitors book so we can get in contact with you should a situation arise.

We hope that you continue to remain well and we will be in touch should anything change.

With very best wishes

Lynsey Smith

On behalf of Browne Craine & Co

Peregrine Tiagnet ICAEW