News of the day 22 May 2020
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Deya, Majorca

Weather

Good Morning from Majorca

Hot and sunny in Majorca with cloudy intervals. To view the weather across the island from our webcams, click here.

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Palmanova beach, Majorca

Tourism

Confusion over beach protocol

The Government is being criticised for failing to supply concrete information about beach protocol.

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Heathrow Airport, London

News

UK mandatory 14-day quarantine

British Expats and International travellers will have to self-isolate for 14 days when they arrive in the UK.

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Terrace extensions causing lack of parking spaces in Palma.

Transport

Residents complain about parking nightmare

Terrace extensions causing lack of parking spaces in Palma.

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Oranges being sold for double the origin price.

Food

Farmers complain they're being ripped off

Farmers are calling for Government action over the price of oranges and lemons.

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Hospitals & Health Centres ready for Phase 2.

Health

Hospitals & Health Centres ready for Phase 2

Hospitals and Health Centres in the Balearic Islands are ready to move to Phase 2 of the coronavirus de-escalation plan.

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Planning

Government fails to approve moratorium on rustic land construction

A purpose of the government's decree is to reclassify land according to whether it can be developed or not.

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Paseo Marítimo traffic restrictions from Monday.

Transport

New traffic restrictions from Monday

Traffic will be banned from one lane of the Paseo Marítimo from Monday to allow businesses to expand their terraces and allow more space for pedestrians.

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State of alarm

Cala Ratjada couple arrested for attacking Guardia Civil officer

On Thursday, two people were prevented from travelling by the Guardia Civil.

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Almost all time slots will be lifted in Phase 2.

De-escalation

Almost no designated time-slots in Phase 2

Adults and children will not be restricted to time slots for going out if Majorca is allowed to progress to Phase 2 on Monday.

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Mallorca beaches getting ready to open

De-escalation

Cheers to phase two

Breaking news. The rest of the Balearic Islands move to phase 2.

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Tourism

Tourism industry wanting clarity on restarting activity

Other countries are "reacting faster than Spain" in giving clear indications as to when tourism activity will start.

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New hygiene and security measures at Shopping Centres & big stores.

Retail

New protocols for big stores and shopping centres

A raft of new health and safety measures will be required at Shopping Centres and big stores when Phase 2 begins on Monday.

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Majora, Minorca & Ibiza move to Phase 2 on Monday.

News

Free At Last!

Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza given the all clear to progress to Phase 2.

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Phase 2 next week

De-escalation

What is phase 2?

Allowed activities as of Monday, 25 May.

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Beaches

Protocols require setting beach capacity

Maximum numbers of people on beaches need to be established.

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Vineyards in Binissalem.

Weather

Mulled wine in Bini as temperatures hit 32 degrees!

Summer is here so get ready for a hot weekend!

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Son Espases Hospital, Palma.

Coronavirus

Covid-19 figures still positive

One coronavirus death confirmed on Friday in the Balearic Islands.

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Palma, Majorca

Beaches

Minimum restrictions imposed at beaches

Minimum restrictions imposed on beachgoers in Palma when Phase 2 begins on Monday.

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Weather

All you need to know about the weather in Majorca

Check daily temperatures, wind, gusts and rainfall for the Balearic Islands.

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La Paz University Hospital, Madrid.

Coronavirus

Catalonia complicates Friday's coronavirus numbers

Delayed coronavirus figures from Catalonia push up the national death toll.

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News / Comment

Viewpoint

Safe corridors

“If the Brits can't come this summer, the local economy has serious problems...”

Jason Moore

Viewpoint

The taxing question

Sooner or later it had be addressed, does Spain raise taxes to save the economy?

Humphrey Carter

Holiday / Lifestyle
A regular phone system has been put in place to support patients

Majorca Mallorca

Still there for you

If you have a skill or expertise which you think could help their patients, they would be pleased to hear from you.

Vicki McLeod

80 Sunreef Power ECO

Nauti Lady

Formula Green

Wonder if young Nico will follow in fellow world champion Rafa’s footsteps and order one of the award-winning green cruising machines for himself?

Sarah Forge

Carrof, fruit and nut loaf!

Out & About

Paranoid! Moi?

I’m concentrating on the light at the end of the tunnel, and happy to spend the day at home baking a bunnie’s favourite -delicious carrot, fruit and nut loaf!

Peter Clover

Learn to get creative with Chocolate Chip Cookies

Food

Get cooking with the American chef in Majorca

These Chocolate Chip cookies are a little different than your normal ones because I add less sugar and use maple syrup and molasses instead.

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Edition of 22 May 2020
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