Club in Palma, Mallorca, closed

Health measures were not being observed.


At the weekend, government inspectors, the National Police and Palma police inspected 28 establishments, raised 82 reports and closed one club.

Shortly after midnight on Sunday morning, the police and the inspectors intervened at a well-known club on the Son Rossinyol estate. There were 200 people inside, drinking and dancing. The club was closed for failing to comply with current health regulations, while other sanctions were raised in respect of, for example, security personnel without accreditation.

A club on Calle Joan Miró in Gomila was also sanctioned for having 44 people inside who were not respecting health measures.

The various reports over the weekend included five for possession of drugs.


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Juan love / Hace about 1 year

The Spanish obsession with having to have a party every 5 mins. is one of the reasons the cases in this Country are so high.


Mike (Belgium ) / Hace about 1 year

Stupid behaviour Same in Belgium and now result is as from today pubs and restaurants are closed for 1 month although no one believes it will only be 1 month also the barkeepers Sad because they also punish people who drink coffee and read the newspaper on a terrace or beer quitely For us it is the second time they have close in 7 months ( nightclubs and disco's never reopened since 13/3