Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister

Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister


The Balearic Government this evening called on the British government to make the Islands an exception after a 14 day quarantine period for returning British tourists was re-introduced by the Boris Johnson administration.

The local Government said in a statement that the relatively low level of the coronavirus in the Islands made the Balearics "a safe holiday destination for British travellers."

The quarantine measure comes into force from midnight (2300 GMT on Saturday), and will deal a major blow to Spain, which is trying to recoup its tourism season after the Sector took a battering from COVID-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions earlier in the year.

It will also hit airlines and travel companies struggling to get back to business


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Marie / Hace about 1 year

a joke... less cases there than us. And I voted for boris revote please. Well done the world is screwed


Fred / Hace about 1 year

Its more likely Spread while shopping at a supermarket here in uk.very few or no one follows social Distancing or as I call it “antisocial distancing”.what has this evil world come to😡 I fear for the next few generations that have to grow up in this mess,god help us all .


Marcelo Bielsa / Hace about 1 year

This is rediculous , there's more chance of us catching Covid here in uk than in Mallorca. This needs to be addressed and limited to areas on the mainland of Spain.


Dw / Hace about 1 year

Not sure why Balearic or Canary Islands govt should be worried. The advice and quarantine EXCLUDES these islands from the new ruling!


Alexander Francis / Hace about 1 year

According to UK gov, Balearic Islands are exempt