Masks will be recommended and not obligatory from Saturday.
The incidence of acute respiratory infection has fallen for two consecutive weeks.
Masks on at Son Espases.
The Balearic health minister argues that the Spanish government's order "is not based on any technical criteria".
Six regions had already made masks obligatory.
But when the incidence of cases comes down, obligation can be changed to recommendation.
The flu epidemic in the Balearics is said to currently be no different to what it was twelve months ago.
Obligatory wearing of face masks ended in July 2023.
This is primarily because of flu rather than Covid.
The Spanish government has finally given approval to a lifting of remaining Covid measures.
Many people going to pharmacies haven't been wearing masks.
The Spanish government is expected to give formal approval next week.
It has been suggested that the requirement will "soon" be lifted.
Government has approved lifting masks on transport from tomorrow.
Experts say that the mask continues to be particularly recommended for people with respiratory symptoms.
No more face masks on public transport.
The use of face masks is recommended in very busy enclosed spaces.
In pharmacies, the wearing of masks by customers is not always observed.
The latest modification to the rules will come into effect next week.
Face masks will remain on public transport for a while for the moment.
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