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14 Oct: Coronavirus pandemic

The Thursday report gives 41 new positive cases of coronavirus – Mallorca 22, Ibiza 15, Minorca three, Formentera one. These are eight more than on Wednesday – 26 in Mallorca, five in Ibiza and two in Formentera.


14 Oct: Covid controls

The Balearic health ministry is to end Covid controls of national travellers at ports and airports on the islands. This will take effect from October 31. The controls were introduced in early December last year, the intention having been to prevent possible new cases of Covid from entering the Balearics from the rest of Spain.


16 Sep: Nightlife reopening

The Balearic Nightlife Sector is the only one that’s still 100% closed and the Balearic Association of Night Leisure, or Abone and Leisure of Ibiza will propose that it be reopened immediately when they Government representatives today.


09 Sep: Mallorca in September

After a sizzling summer the island starts to cool down in September. This makes for what is typically a blissful month in Mallorca, with plenty of sun and blue skies and every reason to remain outdoors enjoying nature, dining and seeing the sights.


02 Sep: Tragedy in Cala Mendía

Two young German girls who were swimming in Cala Mandia in the early hours of the morning have died. They went into the water with four friends despite the fact that a red flag had been raised on the beach because of rough seas and stormy weather.


26 Aug: Goodbye to the high risk area

Germany plans to remove Spain from its list of COVID-19 high risk areas, meaning that incoming travellers who are not fully vaccinated will not longer have to quarantine, the Funke group of newspapers reported this afternoon, citing government sources.


12 Aug: compulsory vaccination?

Balearic health minister Patricia Gómez said on Thursday that she is in favour of legislation to make vaccination against Covid obligatory, but she stressed that public health “cannot be imposed by force” and that legislation would be a matter for the Spanish government.


05 Aug: Coronavirus in the Balearic Islands

The Covid contagion curve in the Balearic Islands is beginning to decline, but Friday’s cumulative incidence rate of 973.8 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days was the highest in the country.
This summer 28.8% or 24,661 cases out of a total of 85,720 were Covid positive and were reported to the Ministry of Health


05 Aug: Amber list for the Balearic Islands in August

Arrivals from Spain and all its islands are advised to use a PCR test as their pre-departure test wherever possible, as a precaution against the increased prevalence of the virus and variants in the country. UK clinicians and scientists will remain in close contact with their counterparts in Spain to keep abreast of the latest data and picture of cases in Spain.