The 7-day incidence in Spain including Mallorca is skyrocketing. If this continues to rise, all of Spain will be declared a high incidence area.
Madrid – The Corona numbers in Spain and on the Balearic Islands do not bode well: the 7-day incidence in Spain is currently 199. If the 200 mark is exceeded over a longer period of time, the federal government will turn the popular holiday destinations into a high-incidence area to explain. From July 11, 2021 Spain including Mallorca* initially classified as a “simple risk area”. This does not have any serious consequences for holidaymakers. You only have to prove a negative corona test a maximum of 48 hours after entering Germany.
But an explanation about the area of high incidence would have been drastic Consequences for those returning to travel*: You would have to quarantine at home for at least five days – 10 days if those affected cannot prove a negative PCR test. Exceptions only apply to persons who can be shown to have been fully vaccinated or have recovered. For the tourism industry, these prospects are, of course, catastrophic. Why Spain’s Minister of Tourism still considers holidays in Spain to be safe and what consequences the corona incidence in Spain has for tourists*, find out here. * 24hamburg.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.