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Francina Armengol scored a measly 4.61 in the poll by the Invymark Research and Marketing Institute which pitted the country’s 17 regional leaders against one another
From March 2, bars and restaurants will be able to open again under certain conditions
Bars and restaurants in Spain’s Balearic Islands criticise government’s failure to communicate when and how they can reopen
Local business unions have today slammed the government for their failure to communicate in what capacity bars and restaurants can open under
Director of Public Health, María Antonia Font, said for their plan to work, 'more doses of the vaccine were needed' but that they 'were on their way'
In this much awaited de-escalation plan, bars and restaurants will however only allow be allowed to make use of their terraces
This morning, President Francina Armengol spoke of her intensions to keep the current restrictions in place for at least two more weeks
In a sign that the tough restrictions are working to lower the number of cases in the region, only 53 people were diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 24 hours
The Ministry of Health said that as of yesterday, 7,209 of 7,331 medical professionals have been given the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine
Led by Doctor Jordi Reina, a virologist at Son Espases Hospital, the group has warned of a collapse in the island's health system
According to the Balearic Ministry of Health, a total of 11 people have died from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours
Previously, the government had recommended all those that live in the region to be home by 8pm, although it was not an obligation
The demonstration, scheduled to take place this morning in front of the Consolat de Mar, had been banned by the Balearic government
THE Balearic Islands has recorded its highest number of coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic. The Department...
This is also the highest number of people registered in the social security system as unemployed since the 2009 financial crisis
Between 500 and 1,000 people in Spain’s Balearic Islands will be vaccinated daily against COVID-19 from December 27
The first to receive the jab will be elderly residents and healthcare workers from nursing homes as well as hospital workers
Balearic President Francina Armengol today revealed her plans to extend the Level 4 restrictions until at least the second week of January
PCR tests will be mandatory for those travelling from mainland Spain to Balearic Islands from December 20
Under the new rule, a negative result for COVID-19 must be presented by both tourists and residents of Spain at Balearic ports and airports
Health Minister Patricia Gomez said the region will receive 102,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine with each patient requiring two jabs
From Thursday, December 10, the curfew will begin at 10pm and end at 6am the next day
The surveillance serves to clampdown on gatherings taking place over the allowed number of six people
The bleak findings were made by the Balearic Social Observatory in collaboration with CaixaBank and the Department of Social Affairs
BREAKING: Bars and restaurants in Spain’s Balearic Islands must install CO2 meters and collect customers’ personal information to remain...
The new measures to fight against coronavirus were announced at a press conference this afternoon by the Minister of Tourism and Labour, Iago Negueruela
Vaccine breakthrough could be game-changer for the Balearic economy
Unlike other autonomous governments considering the move, infectious diseases' spokesman Javier Arranz said tat 'home confinement is a very tough measure and is not currently on the table'
With immediate effect the curfew will be pushed back by one hour, now running from midnight
The measures were revealed at a press conference today by Health Minister Patricia Gomez and will come into force from Saturday, October 24th