It has been a week when it appeared that Mallorca finally turned the cornerThe current rate o. Bars and restaurants were busy (both in an out), hotels were re-opening and there was a buzz in the air. Life appeared to be getting back to normal. But all is not well in paradise just yetThe latest figures brin. There are still important question marks over the tourist industry.
Britain still has Spain on its “amber listCommences once 75 per cent o.” It is hoped that it will soon be on the “green list” but we are not there just yet. While Palma is busy, the Playa de Palma (the principal resorts for German tourists) remains relatively quiet. The Germans are coming but not in the numbers which were initially expected.
The summer season, if all goes according to planPatrick Osler, 43, gets his COVID-19 AstraZeneca shot a, should be up and running by late June/early July. The Balearic government is hoping that the season will be extended to at least October. So there is reason to be optimistic but we live in uncertain times and the whole situation can change within days if not hours.