The Government is aiming to immunise 70 percent of the population by June.
More bitter cold weather and a sharp drop in temperature on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Forecasters warned of dangerous conditions in the coming days.
Meteorologists said the warm front, which came in on Saturday, is expected to recede in the next few days.
Screenings are being prepared in Sant Antoni and Vila to identify any positive coronavirus cases.
Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska said the situation on the roads was improving but was still "extraordinary" and many remained closed.
Up to January 5, Deya had the highest 14-day cumulative incidence of cases.
There was heavy traffic on roads leading to shopping centres on Monday.
Bilateral and reciprocal agreements are being worked on to make matters more flexible.
Unfortunately, it seems to be the case nowadays that the concept of ‘democracy’ is becoming a movable-feast.
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