Rising number of cases
"Nationwide meeting to discuss vaccine.."
"Spain wants to kick-start tourist industry...."
The economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic has caused exceptional hardship in the Hospitality Sector.
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Several Communities in Spain have started implementing the same restrictions as the Balearic Islands.
Work by the Ibanat agency comes under the government's exceptional measures law.
"The EU executive also wants member states to agree a common approach to vaccination certificates by the end of January."
The agreement brings a decade of litigation to an end.
The health service says that the temporary reduction in supply will not affect the vaccination programme.
“We feel close and connected to Mallorcan food and their way of doing things.."
A third of businesses dismissed employees or did not renew contracts.
Real-estate investment in the Spanish hotel sector fell over 60% in 2020.
The government has an "obligation" to accelerate the vaccination programme.
Staff reported shortages of basic protective equipment and army units deployed on disinfection missions discovered unattended bodies at several facilities.
"Some scenic Mallorca countryside on offer...."
The Bulletin showcases leading actors and actresses of the TV production which launches on BBC1 from 14.45 on Monday February 1st.
The victory also provided some rare joy for the city of Alcoy, which has the highest rate of coronavirus infections in the country per capita,