Patients will have to take a swab and self-isolate prior to going in for surgery at Jersey's General Hospital.
As elective surgery starts again, patients will have to follow the Covid-19 safety guidance in order to keep both themselves and staff safe.
It entails going in for a test at the Overdale swabbing clinic five days prior to the operation and self-isolate regardless of the outcome, a statement said.
Members of the same household are not required to self-isolate but they must follow the latest public health guidance.
Medical Director Patrick Armstrong said: “We are pleased to be able to offer elective surgeries again for those patients who have been waiting for their appointments, but it is important we begin procedures with a high level of safety measures in place to reduce the risk of infection from COVID-19.
"It is vital patients follow these measures to protect themselves, hospital staff and families."