Considering the sharply rising corona numbers, tighter restrictions are expected to be imposed again on the popular holiday island of Mallorca. Beaches and parks should be closed from 10pm to 6am in the future to combat outdoor feasts and drinks, especially among young people.
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As announced by “Mallorca Jeetung” on Monday evening, the judiciary has yet to approve the plans. Participants in such parties are threatened with a fine of 1000 euros in the future.
If an isolation is violated by the participation of a party guest, the fine should be increased to 2000 euros. If the participant tests positive for the corona, even 5000 euros must be paid. Organizers of illegal parties can be fined up to 100,000 euros.
No need for masks
In the future restaurants will also have to close a little earlier, at 1am instead of 2am. A maximum of four people are allowed to sit inside a table at a table and eight outside. From 1 a.m. to 6 p.m., only people living in the same house are allowed to meet, the newspaper said. Hotel or Finca guests staying together should be considered a home away from home.
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According to the newspaper, after negotiations with entrepreneurs and unions, the regional government dismissed the need to actually reintroduce the mask requirement, which was canceled a month ago.
However, it is strongly advised to wear mouth and nose protection voluntarily. Unable to maintain a distance of at least 1.5 meters from strangers, the mask is again mandatory outside, in all indoor public spaces, and on buses and trains.
Corona numbers have risen sharply in the Balearic Islands, including the islands of Menorca, Ibiza and Formentora, in addition to Mallorca, as in Spain. Seven-day incidents rose to 310 in the Balearic Islands as of Monday evening, Spain to all This is 323. Many young people in particular are currently suffering from SARS-Cowie-2.
Due to the growing number, the federal government also re-evaluated the Germans’ preferred holiday destination. The whole of Spain, and thus Mallorca and the Canary Islands, is considered a high-risk area, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) announced earlier this month. This means the Federal Foreign Office will again advise against travel to the country in the middle of the summer holidays. (dpa)