Now SOMETHING can be celebrated again!
Due to falling corona numbers, the Corona-Restrictions on Mallorca loosened further. From Tuesday, among other things, the nocturnal ban on gatherings will no longer apply.
Then people from different households will be allowed to meet again at night, the regional government of the Mediterranean island, which belongs to Spain, announced on Monday. Since the end of July, such meetings were initially forbidden between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., and later from 2 a.m.
In restaurants, up to eight people can be entertained at one table indoors, and up to twelve people outdoors, according to the regional official gazette.
Party only in private
The big but: You are still not allowed to dance in public interiors. Discos and dance floors will remain closed for the time being.
There is also a curfew at beaches, parks and playgrounds – they are only open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. These places are therefore closed from 10 p.m. onwards. Larger drinking bouts in public are also prohibited.
The bottom line is that parties are now a little easier again. However, they are only allowed in private settings – for example on the terrace or in the living room.
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In Ibiza with slightly higher corona numbers, which like Mallorca, Formentera and Menorca belongs to the Balearic Islands, the party ban remains in force for the time being.
The seven-day incidence in the Balearic Islands is, according to new figures from the Spanish Ministry of Health, from Friday evening with a falling tendency 88 and is thus about the same as in Germany.
Around 17 percent of the beds in intensive care units on the islands are occupied by corona patients. When it comes to vaccination rates, Spain is ahead of Germany. Nationwide, 71.5 percent are fully vaccinated and 77 percent have received at least one dose of vaccine. For the Balearic Islands, these values are 67 percent and 70 percent respectively.