"Disastrous" management of the crisis, according to the association in Playa de Muro.
The alert is effective from 3am on Monday.
A test rate of just over one per cent.
Another step towards promotion for Mallorca.
The shootings have been in Cala Murada in Manacor.
Chief financial officer, Sebastian Ebel, will be meeting the government on Monday.
Discussions are to be held with the government this week.
The vaccination programme was apparently progressing "according to forecasts", which was why everyone was calling for a foot on the gas.
The most sought-after trips during the month of February according to the Swedish travel site Resfeber.se show that Spain is at the top, followed by Thailand, Turkey, and the USA.
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Broccoli is a good source of fibre and protein, and contains iron, potassium, calcium and magnesium as well as loads of vitamins and folic acid.
Anna Nicholas’s views on some of the stories of the week.
Most gardening depends on the weather so we must be prepared for just about anything at this time of year.
Donald Trelford's column on the Six Nations championship and the ostrich sanctuary near Campos.
Heavy rain and moderate winds are forecast for Mallorca today, with a high of 15 degrees.
To find out what the weather's like in other parts of Mallorca, click here.
There won’t be many changes for the game on Sunday from the team that picked up three points at Logroñes last Sunday.
Sixteen more new cases than were reported on Friday.
The Council's aid for all sectors is now over 24 million euros.
"Local council is deeply concerned..."
'Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world' is the motto for the International Women's Day 2021.
If all goes according to plan, British tourists could be back in late May.
"Surveillance will be strict, let no one think that at this time there are no controls..”
The ten crew of Fortuna were paid over 1.2 million euros.
"The cumulative incidence rate in the last 14 days is now at the orange level of risk.."
"There is no doubt that the Board of Directors will fight for our rights by all legal means within our reach.."
“40% of the Municipalities will receive an investment of half a million euros or more,”
By the end of March, the Balearic Islands will have received 197,060 vaccines from Pfizer; 167,560 from AstraZeneca and 29,500 from Moderna.
SEAT said last year it was considering producing a small electric vehicle in Spain from 2025.
If successful, the Love of Lesbian gig could provide a route to recovery for the ravaged live music industry.
This charitable initiative, which has been hugely successful, has what it refers to as stations in different parts of the island.
The existing balnearios are some thirty years old and are considered to be obsolete.
"The increase in nursery school places will help childrens' development and allow parents to get back to work.."
The town hall announced two weeks ago that there is to be a major study of the impact on marine life in the bay.
We need to support our local businesses.
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"A system to provide travellers with "vaccination passports" is eagerly awaited by airlines and tourism destinations..."
"Fantastic video footage...."
Small increases in active cases in seven of Mallorca's municipalities.
There will now be a "zero vaccines in the fridge" policy.
Branding affects how people perceive your business: it can drive new customers and increase awareness.
In April 2019, Palma town hall decreed that La Lonja establishments had to close at 11pm.
"The visitors were a goal down at the half hour mark when they scored from a free kick"
Eating at Sandro is always a pleasure because he believes in getting things right which means, among other things, that he uses authentic high quality products and cooks them properly.
The return to work is justified because there has been a clear improvement in the epidemiological situation in the Balearic Islands.
Andy Davies, a 43-year-old British company director who booked a Mallorca villa for July after getting vaccinated, said he was reassured by Britain's reopening plans and "noises coming out of Europe about the vaccine passport".
Regions' decisions regarding mobility make Easter tourism unfeasible.
This week we have some restaurants with open terraces, others still simply offering their delicious takeaway options to suit all tastes.
Three points in the plan, one being safety - mass vaccination and vaccine certificates.
The PP insist there must be mass vaccination before the summer.
The 1.7 million euro aid package was insufficient to meet demand.
"Fun fair operators say that they are facing financial ruin...."
The government's housing policy will have the opposite effect to that which is intended.
"All that I would ask is to have a year without paying taxes to help us to recover a little.."
Hundreds of travel companies said that last summer’s ‘travel corridor’ policy should not be re-used once overseas travel potentially restarts in May.
The latest survey involved more than 13,500 people.
"We've seen a huge surge of interest for the Balearic's this past month."
"Vaccine is key to tourism...."
"The problem is the size of the crowds that would build up in a few hours and in a few places."
"Access to the car park will be limited at least until the summer and controls will be in place when it reopens.”
"People who are part of risk groups will receive a call from the Covid Exchange.."
A conclusion drawn about Spain is that political struggles have not allowed the country to advance in the fight against the virus.
With the national ministry of health not wanting Easter travel, regional governments are coming together in looking to limit mobility.