Image source, PA Media Image caption, There is currently more than 500 active cases of coronavirus son the island
Two more deaths with Covid-19 have been confirmed on the Isle of Man, bringing the death toll on the island to 56.
The deaths on September 25 and 28 were revealed in the latest public health surveillance report .
More than 350 new cases of the virus have been recorded on the island over the past seven days, with infections among the 10-14 age group continuing to increase.
The latest deaths come amid calls for a public inquiry into the government's handling of the pandemic.
The annual report of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) for the parliamentary year 2020-21 a recommended that the survey cover the period between December 2019 and the end of the previous administration in September of thisthis year.
'Loss of life '
Juan Watterson SHK, who has chaired PAC since 2016, will ask members to support the recommendation at the November session in Tynwald .
He said, although there was "no sign of the pandemic ending soon, " it was "important to make sure we learn from it. experience ".
" In view of the seriousness of some of these problems, in particular with regard to human rights and loss of life, we believe that it is important that this happens outside of the political environment and is undertaken independently, "Watterson added.
A president and a vice-president to lead the PAC during the new administration will be appointed at the same meeting in November.
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