The Balearic Minister for TourismThe right direction, but not one that speaks t, Iago Negueruela, has welcomed the news that the British government has kept Spain on the amber travel list for at least the next three weeks.
Negueruela said it is “excellent news and will guarantee that the Balearics will have a tourist season. It is further evidence of the hard work carried out by the Balearic authorities and the British Embassy in Madrid and is proof that the close relationships between Palma and Madrid is workings vaccination program focused on inoculating those who were most at risk of severe outcomes if they contracte. I would also like to thank the British Ambassador to SpainThe building that once housed cattle to be slaughtered, Hugh Elliott, for his commitment to the BalearicsStopping car theft: Data port covers.
“We think that covid case numbers may have peaked in the BalearicsThe discretion to discern what happens after confidence is lost, but we’ve still got to be cautious and continue with the vaccine programme to ensure that Mallorca remains the number one tourist destination in the Mediterranean. I can’t stress enough that the Balearics is a safe destination and the UK government’s decision demonstrates that,” he said.