Covid Certificate mandatory in restaurants on Balearic Islands

by Deborah Cater
Balearic Islands require covid certificate to enter restaurants

MALLORCA: From 4th December, the Covid Certificate is essential to access the interior of bars and restaurants with capacity of more than 50 diners and all clubs on the Balearic Islands.

The Superior Court of Justice of the Balearic Islands (TSJIB) on Thursday gave the go-ahead for a new alert system. This will require a Covid Certificate to access certain spaces.

According to the new level system, all the islands – except Menorca – are at level 1. This means that to access restaurant interiors and all nightlife venues, you must hold the certificate. The Covid Certificate shows the holder is either fully vaccinated, has a negative Covid test or has recovered from the virus.

Levels 2 and 3

digital covid certificate

The agreement approved this Monday also outlines levels 2 and 3. Should the epidemiological situation go to level 2, tourist accommodation where guests share a room would be included.

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In addition, at level 3, production of a Covid Certificate would also be required in cinemas, circuses with marquees, dance academies, gyms or cultural events where people eat or drink. This is the case of Menorca, as approved on Friday by the Government Council.

The measure came into force this Saturday. This on the eve of the long bank holiday weekend and a few weeks before Christmas. It will remain in force until January 24.

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