Spain holidays: Balearic Islands bars & restaurants to enforce strict rules to stay open

The Balearic Islands which include Ibiza, Formentera, Majorca and Menorca, are currently off limits to Britons. Anyone returning to the UK from the islands is required to quarantine for 14 days. From Monday, all passengers (including children) travelling to Spanish airports and ports from “risk” countries will be required to present a negative coronavirus PCR test taken within no more than 72 hours prior to arrival, in order to enter the country.

Owners must install them indoors to gage whether the establishment has sufficient ventilation.

If the establishment does not, they will have to put in air purifiers.

The meters will have to be installed where customers can see them and be accessible.

Inspectors will be checking bars and restaurants for the new meters with people passing the safety standard given a seal of approval.

This requirement will help the Spanish government effectively trace COVID-19.

Mr Negueruela said customers will be asked to include their name, ID number and telephone number.

The customer information will then be submitted to the government every 30 days.

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