In Sant Joan there has been a recent outbreak at the care home.


There are currently ten municipalities in Majorca which do not have any active coronavirus cases. They are: Buger, Costitx, Deya, Escorca, Estellencs, Fornalutx, Lloret de Vistalegre, Mancor de la Vall, Petra, and Santa Eugenia. In Deya, four cases were reported recently, there not having previously been any. These four people have recovered and are therefore no longer active cases.

According to Balearic health ministry figures released on Wednesday, Palma has 1,237 active cases. The second highest number is 107 in Calvia. Then come Llucmajor (94); Marratxi (79); Manacor (48); Inca (46); Sa Pobla (28); Alcudia (22); Soller (20); Esporles (16); Binissalem (15); Arta, Felanitx and Pollensa, each with 14; Alaro (13); Campos, Santa Maria and Son Servera, each with eleven; and Capdepera (10).

The remainder of the island's 53 municipalities, excluding the ten without any cases, have fewer than ten cases. It should be noted, however, that there is some delay between these figures per municipality being compiled and being published. In the case of Sant Joan, for example, the number is seven, but there has of course been a major outbreak at the Sant Joan care home.


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Mark Badoer / Hace about 1 year

What is the point of this sort of statistics? Are towns in competetion with each other? Does it add anything? Who cares how many infections there are in a town or village or in my own village. They are only the registered/tested numbers anyway. It could be a lot more than these numbers, as younger people don't even know they have it, yet they could be infected. So these number are pretty useless info.


Mike ( Belgium ) / Hace about 1 year

If you avoid Palma why is it forbidden to travel to Mallorca overall than? In the nearest town to my home we have +- 70 cases on a population of 80.000 cases and a part of the masks ( only in the city center ) everything is like normal It's safer in Mallorca