Food and drink suppliers, already having taken a huge hit due to the mass closure of hotels and subsequent closure of food and drink outlets in key resorts over the summer as a result of the pandemic, now fear that the new restrictions on the hostelry sector will cost the sector millions in losses of revenue.
Sources said yesterday that over the past few weeks, distributors have been stocking up their warehouses to deal with the seasonal demand for food and drink, but now that tighter restrictions have been introduced for the hostelry industry, demand has fallen extremely sharply.
And, the business community at large is worried about just how bad the fall out of Tier 4 is going to be.
Carmen Planas, the president of the Confederation of Balearic Business Associations, CAEB, has said that the government’s new restrictions were necessary but called for there to be greater help for business.
“The most important thing is health control in order to reactivate the economy and employment.
“ They are necessary measures because we have a very high incidence, but we are asking that all authorities - including town halls - protect businesses and workers through more aid. The tax burden needs to be reduced.”
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We should think ourselves lucky we do not have the standard of leadership currently in charge of the US and UK. Which in the US is non existent and the UK inept. I am not an expert in Mallorcan politics but from where I am isolating they are doing an competent job. Their rules are understandable and proportionate and when things go down hill they act quickly. Thanks from the Son Fe valley in Alcudia
And I support them whole heartedly. Armengol and Co only think about numbers and statistics, never about people actually wanting to live their lives. And when they are voted out, they wash their hands in innocense and are untouchable.