The Balearic Government continues to tighten restrictions due to the increase in coronavirus infections. The president Francina Armengol has signed a decree this Monday by which the meetings in Mallorca and Ibiza are limited only to people from the same nucleus of coexistence from this Wednesday. It will be in effect until January 30.
The measure provides for exceptions, such as caring for dependents, people who live alone – who can be reunited with another unit of coexistence – or minor children or couples who do not live in the same address. Nor does it affect the limitation to work, teaching or transport activities.
The restrictions announced last week for Mallorca, relating to the closure of bars, restaurants, gyms and department stores, will also come into force on Wednesday. That same day, Ibiza will go to alert level 4, which implies, among other measures, the closure of non-essential activity at 8:00 p.m., the closure of bars and restaurants (food delivery and collection are allowed, as in Mallorca) and the closure of gyms.
Menorca and Formentera maintain the restrictions that were already in force, more flexible than in Mallorca and Ibiza, and which can be consulted at this web page of the Government. On these islands, meetings are limited to 6 people (indoors and outdoors) and the curfew starts at 00:00 and ends at 6:00.