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Hotel owners in Spain's Mallorca implore the government to foster the reopening of the Son San Joan airport on July 1st for the awe that tourists might prefer the safer destinations like Greece.  Business proprietors represented by ACH (Association of...
Because of the economic impact rendered on the tourism sector by the coronavirus crisis, the Balearic Island's economy will shrink 3times more than the rest of Spain.  The prediction depicts a significantly sharper scope than the rest of Spain, whose...
A recent study by researchers at the Singapore Univerity of Technology and Design has reviewed that the COVID-19 crisis in Spain will end by September 9 and the country must have reported 99% of victims by May 22nd.  Their analysis...
Read the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak here: ---Thread Closed------ Monday (04.05.2020) Mallorca has recorded its first day of no new cases of Covid-19 since a stringent national lockdown began more than seven weeks ago.   Monday (27.04.2020) There are some areas without new people hospitalised. incl Baleares   Sunday (26.4.2020) Balearic health authorities...
Research by scientists at the Spanish Academy of Dermatologists reports a possible connection between the visible skin health and coronavirus diseases.   The investigation was done using three hundred different citizens across Spain, some of whom were assumed to be carriers...
The Spanish government has endeavoured to define the specifications of uplifting the COVID-19 restrictions on open-air exercises.  Beginning on Saturday, May 2nd, 2020, people in Spain will be allowed to leave their houses for a walk and or individual exercises...
Spain's holiday home market has registered countless losses and several economic repercussion due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Statistics from the Spanish Federation of Housing and Tourist Apartment Association, FEVITUR, records show losses of 448 million euros, which is estimated to...
The President of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, announces in a press conference the measures for de-escalation approved in the meeting of the Council of Ministers today. This is an overview of what he has announced: Sánchez makes clear that there will be...
As the fight to control the spread of coronavirus and to relax lockdown restrictions intensifies, several suggestions have emerged from autonomous communities to fuel the progress.  One of such is the proposal put forth by the government of the Balearic...
Intending to prevent another possible surge of coronavirus infections through the subsequently advocated relaxation of the lockdown restrictions, Balearic president, Francina Armengol, directed her appeal to Prime minister, Pedro Sanchez. Talking through videoconference, Armengol beseeched minister Sanchez to permit the...