Marratxi town hall, Mallorca

Marratxi, which has the second highest number of cases.

04-01-2021Archive

The regional health ministry has updated the numbers of coronavirus cases per municipality for the first time since last Wednesday (December 30). The figures released on Monday indicate increases in 41 of the 53 municipalities in Mallorca. There are decreases in eight and no changes in four.

(In bold are municipalities where numbers have gone down.)

Palma 4,224 (+628)
Marratxi 389 (+68)
Calvia 302 (+63)
Llucmajor 294 (+68)
Inca 292 (+32)
Manacor 263 (+38)
Alcudia 223 (+56)
Sa Pobla 180 (+17)
Pollensa 164 (+18)
Soller 114 (+1)
Binissalem 112 (+13)
Felanitx 96 (+22)
Santa Margalida 96 (+25)
Son Servera 91 (+14)
Santa Maria 78 (+24)
Santanyi 76 (+2)
Capdepera 60 (+3)
Alaro 58 (-7)
Campos 58 (+16)
Muro 56 (+5)
Arta 53 (+12)
Sant Joan 52 (+2)
Bunyola 48 (+9)
Sant Llorenç 47 (+13)
Andratx 46 (-9)
Lloseta 40 (-9)
Selva 36 (+3)
Consell 33 (+3)
Esporles 30 (+10)
Sineu 28 (+10)
Algaida 27 (+7)
Montuiri 26 (+7)
Sencelles 24 (+3)
Petra 23 (-4)
Vilafranca 22 (+9)
Llubi 18 (+1)
Porreres 17 (+1)
Santa Eugenia 14 (+4)
Maria de la Salut 12 (+2)
Ses Salines 12 (-2)
Deya 10 (+4)
Buger 9 (+3)
Puigpunyent 9 (+6)
Valldemossa 9 (-2)
Lloret de Vistalegre 8 (+1)
Ariany 7 (-1)
Campanet 7 (+1)
Costitx 6 (+1)
Mancor de la Vall 4 (no change)
Banyalbufar 2 (no change)
Estellencs 2 (no change)
Escorca 0 (no change)
Fornalutx 0 (-1)

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Zoe / Hace 3 months

@James, I wonder if you would say the same if your nearest and dearest were infected and there was no bed in hospitals available due to exploding numbers? Yes I agree this could be managed better and with more planning, injecting more cash into businesses which have suffered and compensate them, help those in need, be smart with money, speed up vaccination, BUT , to just say the collateral damages are high therefore forget it, IS NOT AN OPTION

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John Feltham / Hace 3 months

You are not doing enough to get the numbers down full lockdown is the only way to do it

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Lisa / Hace 3 months

When will they realise the only way out of this nightmare is to focus all efforts on the vaccination program.

Accept help from the army, from private health care companies and from volunteers (see earlier article).

We are in this together. I for one would be happy to help. I’m sure others would also.

The time to act is now. We can’t ignore these rates of infection, deaths and destruction of peoples livelihoods.

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James / Hace 3 months

Is anybody else bored of all this nonsense now. If people really still believe there's a Pandemic going on they really need to wake up and do some research. There is more suffering and death from the collateral damage. Why can't alot of people see this.

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Mark Badoer / Hace 3 months

Yawn.....if you saw the queues for Festival Park, Fan, Alcampo, Carrefour etc today, no wonder. Take idiot decisions (like closing the biggest shopping centres), get idiot results. Thanks Armengol and cronies, for yet another super bad decision. It is not the people who make bad decisions, it is this government.

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Yogi / Hace 3 months

The vaccination programme needs serious ramping up. The near silence on what’s happening with its roll out is very concerning.

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Pedro / Hace 3 months

..... and squeezing the same shoppers into fewer opening hours will make rhings better???

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Nigel Stack / Hace 3 months

How about adding Can Pastilla as a seperate number as it is way outside of Palma.

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