At the moment, the islands are reporting 258 cases per 100,000 people, according to Cercle d'Economia de Mallorca.

Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca are at risk of going back on the amber travel list, just two weeks after they were moved to the green watchlist.

The Balearic Islands are among the most popular holiday destinations where Brits can currently travel without having to quarantine on the way back as they currently sit on the green list.

It’s a major blow to the Spanish holiday islands who are trying to recover from a near-bankrupt situation after being deprived of holidaymakers for over a year

At the moment, the islands are reporting 258 cases per 100,000 people, according to Cercle d’Economia de Mallorca.

It’s just another blow for Spain as the mainland itself is currently undergoing a 5th wave and likely to end up back on the red list according to Whitehall ministers.

Travel agents are now warning customers to forget Spain as a destination and select safer countries.

 

A man has been fined more than £350 for refusing to clean up after his dogs in #Rhondda Cynon Taf. The man, from #Pontypridd, had taken his three dogs for a walk on a restricted area at Taff Vale Park, #Treforest, where one of the dogs was witnessed fouling and the man failed to pick it up. He refused to engage with the council’s enforcement officers, and the matter was referred to Merthyr Tydfil Magistrates Court, where he was found guilty in his absence and ordered to pay a total of £374.

 

 

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