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Update from June 13th: Mallorca wants to open the discos

  • Life is increasingly normalizing on the party island of Mallorca: Discos, pubs and other nightspots should be allowed to reopen around mid-July in the course of the good development of the Corona situation on the Germans’ favorite island as well as on the other Balearic Islands, as the newspaper “Diario de Mallorca” reported, citing the regional government in Palma.
  • The According to Palma’s plans, the reopening of the entertainment venues should happen around July 17th. The final decision should only be made after a seven-day pilot project at the beginning of July. “Diario de Mallorca” quoted regional president Francina Armengol as saying that the nightlife should be reactivated “sooner rather than later” on the Spanish Mediterranean islands. These plans are the result of a meeting between Armengol and other politicians and representatives of the industry. It is relatively certain that that In principle, dancing is permitted inside the premises should be. In a first stage, however, all restaurants would have to close by 3 a.m. There will also be several rules, such as maintaining a safe distance from strangers and the obligation to wear a mask in certain situations.
  • Dance and other nighttime entertainment venues have for the most part been closed in Spain since the Corona lockdown in March 2020. According to studies, the operators of at least 500 of the total 1,500 shops in the sector finally threw in the towel in the Balearic Islands alone. The corona numbers in Spain have been falling continuously for months. (dpa)

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