Happy customers in a Palma bar with no masks on today. | Jaume Morey
It was all smiles across Mallorca today as Spain took another step toward a sense of normality amid the pandemic by partially ending the near two-year-long obligatory use of masks indoors.
The government decree, passed Tuesday, keeps masks mandatory for visitors and staff in medical centers and nursing homes, although patients won’t always be obliged to wear them.
Masks will also be mandatory on all forms of public transportation, but not in stations or airports.