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ITB Berlin: Balearic Islands plot careful course out of Covid-19 shutdown

Last Updated on November 4, 2022 by admin

 

Cautious Reopening Plans

The Balearic Islands were hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. In March 2020, the islands closed their borders and instituted a strict lockdown. Now, after nearly a year of waiting, the islands are beginning to reopen. But they are taking a cautious approach, implementing a gradual reopening plan that will allow them to monitor the situation and make adjustments as needed.

 

The first phase of the reopening plan began on March 1st with the opening of hotels at 50% capacity. The next phase, set to begin on April 1st, will see the opening of restaurants, bars, and other businesses. And finally, on May 1st, the islands will open their borders to non-residents.

 

Throughout this process, the government will be monitoring the situation closely and working with experts to ensure that everything is running smoothly. They have also put in place a number of safety measures to protect visitors and residents alike. These include mandatory mask-wearing in public spaces and regular testing for Covid-19.

 

A Bright Future Ahead

Despite the challenges of the past year, the future looks bright for the Balearic Islands. Travel bookings for this summer are already outpacing last year’s bookings thanks to pent-up demand from would-be travelers. And with vaccination rates increasing and restrictions lifting, there is reason to believe that things will only get better from here.

 

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