The Balearic government is planning to introduce new restrictions following a rise in the number of Covid cases across the island. Face masks may have to be worn in all public areas
President Armengol has welcomed remarks made by the British ambassador, Hugh Elliott, on Wednesday, which indicated that the UK government is considering the possibility of treating the Balearics separately when it conducts its next travel review.
The Supreme Court in Madrid has annulled the Balearic government’s curfew, which was introduced after the state of alarm ended on May 9.
There is a good deal of foreign interest in Mallorca’s wine industry, and projects for four new bodegas with foreign backing are currently being carried out or being processed.
The Balearic government has now got the authorisation it was seeking for adopting specific measures after the state of alarm ends on May 9.
The Balearic Government says there will be zero tolerance with tourists and residents who don’t adhere to the coronavirus restrictions during the Easter holidays.
The national government delegation in the Balearics said on Wednesday that this will entail “double verification” from countries classified as being a risk. At present, this applies to most of the European Union.