Etiqueta 'Coronavirus'
Sneezing into a tissue


Coughs and sneezes still spread diseases

One of the easiest places on earth to catch germs, be it the flu, a common cold, or any other airborne virus, is in a doctor’s or hospital waiting room.

Peter Clover07/02/2024 16:52

Slowing down


At pace with the world

Almost three years after a virus stopped the world in its tracks, our 'business as usual' pace has returned to pre-pandemic levels.

Estela M. Fernández, Save the Med09/05/2023 14:56

The country reported 5,676 new coronavirus cases and 21 related deaths in the last 24 hours


Arcturus Rex: the new Covid in India

I’d love to know who gets the jammy dodger task of coming up with names for pandemic strains or for example evil tornados, cyclones or storms.

Anna Nicholas14/04/2023 10:45

The country reported 5,676 new coronavirus cases and 21 related deaths in the last 24 hours

The country reported 5,676 new coronavirus cases and 21 related deaths in the last 24 hours

India on 10 April began a two-day nationwide mock drill to assess the preparedness of hospitals in both public and private facilities amid rising Covid-19 cases.

FAROOQ KHAN 11/04/2023

During the first week of December, more than 27,151 self-diagnostic tests were sold in the Islands.

Coronavirus news

Pre-Christmas Boom of Antigen Tests

Sales of antigen tests skyrocket in the Balearic Islands on the eve of Christmas holidays.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter21/12/2021 08:33

British Airways aircraft stand at London City Airport

Majorca tourism

UK watchdog warns holiday companies over refunds as travel restarts

According to the government, people "should not travel to amber list countries or territories for leisure purposes".

Reuters13/05/2021 09:55

PCR tests

PCR tests

PCR tests.

Redacción 10/12/2020

Work on the vaccine continues

Covid vaccine

Oxford COVID-19 vaccine trial results due this year but not there yet, trial chief says

A vaccine that works is seen as a game-changer in the battle against the coronavirus, which has killed more than 1.2 million people worldwide.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter04/11/2020 13:04


Cruise ships

“Palma should decide how it wants to handle cruise ships in the future...”

Jason Moore19/09/2020 09:03


Sunday Essay

Is being tough on Covid-19 denying certain civil liberties?

While the UK government fifed and faffed about for what seemed like ages, agonising over - let’s face it, a very limited lockdown - Spain went into full lockdown mode ... .

Frank Leavers07/09/2020 15:13


The Week in Tourism

Rethinking the UK quarantine

This revisits the UK quarantine decision and is of the view that it was a political matter and not a scientific one.

Andrew Ede28/08/2020 15:26


The Blog

This wasn’t supposed to have happened

De-escalation hinted at the light at the end of the tunnel. Or was it the light at the end of a corridor, wherein were thermographic cameras and travellers with Passenger Locator Cards?

Andrew Ede29/08/2020 00:10

pleno del Parlament

The Blog

Rip it Up and start again?

There are certain politicians whose crisis can only have been bad. The Balearic finance minister, Rosario Sánchez, is one.

Andrew Ede25/08/2020 14:55