Lifestyle businesses such as hairdressers and tattoo parlours will be allowed to reopen on the Isle of Man from 1 June, the chief minister said.
Cafes and restaurants have also been asked to “start preparation for a possible opening of any outdoor areas” for food-led services from next month.
Howard Quayle said the government was “optimistic” about the “overall picture” on the Isle of Man.
There were no new cases of coronavirus confirmed on the island on Thursday.
Mr Quayle said there was still “a long way to go but we are making way to our new Manx normal”.
The changes are part of a six-stage plan by government to ease the island out of lockdown restrictions.