The measures will be in place at least until July 11, but authorised groups for events, congresses, competitions and sports training are exempt.
The aim of the new measures is to avoid another situation like the mass infection of students from the mainland who came to Mallorca to celebrate the end of their courses. Around 900 of them have been diagnosed with coronavirus.
The Government has also called for Police reinforcements in the Balearics in order to “take action to prevent risky behaviour in tourist areas.”
The Balearic Government thanked the central government for accepting its request for PCR controls for UK travellers arriving at Balearic ports and airports.
“It is important that the islands continue to be a safe destination,” said a spokesperson. “It's thanks to individual responsibility that we have one of the lowest cumulative incidence rates in Europe."
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If me and my husband have been double vaccinated do we need to do a pcr test before we come over from Manchester uk
So if there are only two of us travelling, we won’t need a test or proof of vaccination. I can’t see there being many groups of 20 people!!