財政部長Alex Allinson說，那些站出來的人將得到 "可承受的 "還款條件的幫助。
阿林森博士說，由於 "大流行病最嚴重的時期 "已經過去，現在有一個 "反思的機會"。
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An amnesty period has been announced for people who may have wrongly claimed Covid support from the Manx government to come forward and repay the money.
It will begin on 6 July and last until 4 August, after which firms and individuals who are found to have made fraudulent claims may be prosecuted.
Treasury Minister Alex Allinson said those who come forward will be helped with "affordable" repayment terms.
He said the amnesty was aimed at giving businesses and the self-employed an opportunity to arrange the repayments of funds they may have claimed by mistake.
Once the period has ended, the Treasury will hold a formal review of all claims made under the Covid support schemes.
These include grants to help businesses and the self-employed during lockdowns pay for staff and premises and recover from the impact of Covid.
As the "most severe period of the pandemic" is now over, there is an "opportunity for reflection", Dr Allinson said.
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