Entertainment Mallorca's innkeepers receive guests again
"Goodbye Germany" star Daniela Büchner: She is moving out of the house where she once lived with Jens Büchner († 49)
© ddp images / pazimedia Daniela Büchner: She is moving out of the house in which she is "Goodbye Germany" once lived with Jens Büchner († 49) -Star Daniela Büchner (42) packs her things and moves in with her children Joelina (21), Volkan (18), Jada (16) and the Twins Diego Armani (4) and Jenna Soraya (4). The 42-year-old remains true to her adopted home Mallorca. Nevertheless, with this move, she is probably letting go of a piece of the past.
After a seven-week Corona forced closure, the innkeepers on Mallorca have received guests again for the first time. As a result of a significant improvement in the pandemic situation on the Spanish holiday island, they have been allowed to reopen since Tuesday - but only the outdoor areas for the time being.
All restaurants, cafés and pubs must close again by 5 p.m. at the latest. In addition, a maximum of 50 percent of the tables may initially be set up outside - with a maximum of four people from a maximum of two different households.
In the Balearic Islands, empty dwellings transformed into social housing
© Getty Images / iStockphoto Almost half of the empty dwellings concerned are in Mallorca. Around fifty homes that belonged to financial institutions will be transformed into social housing in the Balearic Islands. This is an unprecedented initiative in Spain . The authorities of the Balearic Islands will begin a process of temporary expropriation over seven years of fifty-six dwellings. Almost half are in Mallorca. Empty homes that belonged to companies, banks or investment funds.
According to a decision of theof the Balearic Islands, this first stage of easing the strict lockdown will initially apply to Mallorca and Formentera for two weeks. On Menorca, the innkeepers have been able to open again inside since Tuesday under strict conditions, because the infection numbers are even lower there. In Ibiza, where the situation is currently less good than on the neighboring islands, all restaurants will remain closed.
As part of the cautious easing, you can also meet relatives and friends again on Mallorca. In recent weeks, meetings with people outside the household have been banned both indoors and outdoors. In a first stage, private meetings of a maximum of six people from a maximum of two households are allowed. There are also relaxations for retail. The night-time blocking between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. remains in effect.
"Viva Mallorca" - Balearic Islands no longer a corona risk area
Berlin (Reuters) - The Robert Koch Institute no longer classifies Mallorca as a risk area and thus encourages many Germans to have carefree vacation days in the coming weeks. © Reuters / ENRIQUE CALVO The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Palma de Mallorca "Viva Mallorca - Safe Easter holiday in the Balearic Islands", was what a press release from the tour operator TUI said on Friday only minutes the notification of the RKI. "Mallorca is ready to go," said TUI.
Corona situation clearly relaxed
Theon the German favorite vacation island Mallorca and on the other Balearic Islands has been improving rapidly for weeks. With a good 31 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within seven days, the “Autonomous Community”, which had the worst numbers in Spain for a long time in December and January, is now one of the regions in the country with the best values. The Balearic Islands currently have significantly better numbers than all German federal states. According to the , the seven-day incidence was 74 in Hamburg, 63 in Berlin and 66 in Bavaria. Thuringia is the “frontrunner” with 125.
to Easter Monday 532 Flights from and to Germany on Mallorca .
to Easter Monday expects the Spanish airport operator AENA 532 flights from and to Germany for Mallorca Airport. © Provided by Finanzen.net Daniel Roland / AFP / Getty Images This reported the "Mallorca Zeitung" on Friday, citing information from Aena for the period 26 March to 5 April. That's 51 percent less than to the Easter holidays of the last pre-pandemic year 2019.