"We don´t want to see a return of the virus..."
Airlines and travel companies are desperate for a bumper summer after a year of restrictions.
“We are happy to see ore movement now in Palma, after a year and a half of being unemployed, but the work is still not consistent..”
Breaking news: Travel this summer uncertain.
Tomeu Cifre is hopeful of work having been done by the end of the year.
The government in the Canaries is being asked to explain to the Balearic government how cruises are being managed.
The test rate, while low, has gone up since earlier in the week.
The UK will categorise countries according to their level of vaccination, degree of infection, presence of risk variants and scientific data.
All the parties have come together with the exception of Vox.
In Mallorca, 114,822 people had received at least one dose by Thursday.
The J&J and AstraZeneca shots are two of the four approved COVID-19 vaccinations in Europe.
The Partido Popular say that the Balearic government should be prepared to buy its own vaccines.
The very fact that most of us are having to spend much more time than usual with our nearest and dearest has come at a price.
As ever, the tourism situation is mired in uncertainty...
Management and research programmes are necessary for solid follow-up after designation, effective monitoring, good governance and, above all, appropriate financing.
Films have been updated. New release this weekend is The United States vs. Billie Holiday.