Son Llàtzer Hospital is checking whether Decathlon diving masks are suitable for coronavirus patients.
Emaya workers entertain those under lockdown, singing and dancing in the streets of Palma.
Medical experts say the coronavirus is petering out in the Balearic Islands.
The Santa Margalida spring fair is taking place under the hashtag #SAFIRAacasa, things got under way yesterday and continue today and tomorrow.
The coronavirus crisis is making it hard for Balearic Shipping companies to stay afloat.
New registrations of cars in March fell by 70%.
ICU staff give 90-year-old coronavirus survivor a standing ovation as he's discharged. Watch the video here.
There has been town hall aid for residents associations but not for businesses.
Mercadona increases security and hygiene measures to prevent coronavirus contagion.
The state of alarm extension needs the backing of Congress.
The crisis was introducing us to new concepts; the Balearic government spoke about a reboot without much boot; and the residents of Son Banya manned the barricades.
“I think it is an excellent idea for the police to entertain lockdown children...”
Virus outbreaks are not new, each one is different, but why was the UK not ready?
Lockdown at Home
Having already spent a happy half hour on the tractor last week ‘preparing’ his chosen area for said croquet lawn, I sat under cover from the rain yesterday watching him dig out some of the regrown weeds.
This is the most accurate, up to date and comprehensive book that has been written for Majorca, and comprises all of my local knowledge and a selection of my bird and habitat photographs.
We need solidarity, kindness and humour like never before. There ain’t no room for irritation or froideur.