Increasing number struggling to cope financially
Increasing number of people struggling to cope financially during the coronavirus State of Emergency.
When zero doesn't mean zero: the week in Majorca
We were rather confused by "zero transmission"; the tourism words of the week were "extraordinarily safe" and "very moderate"; and there was no hurry to reopen schools.
A disinfection fuss about nothing
Certain citizens complained on social media that the disinfection efforts were being given greater importance than local heritage.
Over 800,000 coronavirus infections in the US
38,000 patients have died from Covid-19 in the United States.
ER visits drop by nearly 50% over Covid-19 fears
Dramatic decline in ER visits because people are scared they'll be infected with coronavirus.
Another 14 coronavirus deaths on Saturday
14 coronavirus deaths reported in the Balearic Islands on Saturday but some were from previous days.
Traffic almost non-existent during coronavirus lockdown
Truckers are complaining that they've missed boats to the Peninsula because of delays at the Guardia Civil checkpoints.
Luxury yacht cargo ships still arriving in Palma
Four ships carrying yachts have arrived in Palma this month.
Construction sites monitored by Police
Police are clamping down on the Construction Industry in Palma to make sure workers are protected against Covid-19.
Town halls reorganising services
Town halls are adopting different approaches, with certain services being reinforced.
Should children be allowed outside?
The Spanish Central Government will decide this week whether children should be allowed to go outside for a limited time with supervision.
Minorca restaurants looking at an August start
Once establishments can reopen, there will be practical issues to consider.
More than 20,000 people have died from coronavirus in Spain
Coronavirus death toll in Spain tops 20,000.
State of alarm
Sánchez announces intention to extend state of alarm
The confinement of children will be lifted on 27 April.
Walking the walk
At subliminal level, the public is reverting to caveman mode, unconsciously thinking of survival and how best to cope in a world of uncertainty.
Migrants and memories
Around Majorca, a group of twelve bird watchers are scanning the skies and countryside for birds as best as they can with the limited movement, and they are messaging each other with what they have seen.
The Good Life
It being the first year it takes time to get to know a new garden; I shall not make the same mistake twice.
Staying Fit In Lockdown Pt 5
You can do free online fitness and wellness classes with all of these generous people during the period of quarantine.
Get cooking with the American chef in Majorca
Even when it comes to baking, don't be afraid to experiment.