Some 200 coronavirus-negative students who until this Wednesday remained in quarantine in a hotel in Mallorca due to being in close contact with other young people who tested positive will foreseeably be transferred this Thursday to their places of origin. They will leave Palma predictably in a ‘bubble’ boat that will take them to Valencia and from there the governments of their communities of origin – Andalusia, Madrid, the Basque Country and Galicia – will assume their safe transfer to their homes.

This is the device that the Ministry of Health and these four communities have begun to organize as soon as they know the ruling of the Palma court that determined that those who tested negative in diagnostic tests did not have to be locked up in the hotel. Those who are in isolation because they tested positive must remain in it.

The Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, has explained the plans to transfer some 200 students in quarantine to their homes from Mallorca at the end of the first Interterritorial Health Council in person since the pandemic began, where she and the counselors have known the court ruling .

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