Specific incidents have led to overcrowding.
A judge finally approved the regional government's stay-at-home order for residents of the city of Lleida and six nearby towns.
The use of face mask will not be compulsory nationwide where social distancing can be guaranteed.
“The government has gone from better to be safe than sorry to lets get moving...”
2,000 test tourists had suddenly become 11,000; we learned that we'll be dispensing with half a metre; and flags of different colours were flying at beaches.
“While the rest of Europe appears to be pulling clear...Britain is still struggling....”
Letters to the Editor
One letter is about social distancing and the Bulletin receives a Thank you from AA Palma International Group.
Out & About
As a Mediterranean culture, which through history has thrived on the habitual custom of outside living and ritual celebration, I suppose it should be expected that a certain mentality will believe that Covid19 will be beaten by holding some form of annual fiesta!
it occurred to me that the Week in Tourism column in the Bulletin might seem a little odd. If there is no tourism, how can there be a column?
The week that was
Pablo was very humble but also very aware, which comes from being a family man dude.
The week in Tourism
Where tourist tax revenue is concerned, the original figure of 128 million euros is expected to be downgraded to between 12 and 24 million, a range which is optimistic.
The week that was
When one thinks about it, Majorca is something of a doughnut anyway. Most of the population and development is on the coast, while there is comparatively little in the centre.
Certain citizens complained on social media that the disinfection efforts were being given greater importance than local heritage.
“Despite the Easter lockdown there is an air of optimism around the island that it will all be coming to an end soon....”
The haves and have-nots will have a totally different experience at this time, just like the passengers did on the fateful Titanic.