The Balearic Islands extends the obligation of the covid certificate to bars and restaurants with capacity for less than 50 people

The Government will extend the passport obligation covid to bars and restaurants with indoor capacity for less than 50 people.

As Diario de Mallorca has learned, the regional executive will announce this morning the new measures to deal with the pandemic, with the infections runaway in recent days and the increasing presence of the omicron variant in the Balearic Islands, more contagious and that is it anticipates that it will soon be predominant. The measure must be endorsed by the Superior Court of Justice of the Balearic Islands (TSJB) before entering into force.

With this measure will extend the mandatory covid passport to all restoration although from now on it will also allow workers of the small premises that request the document from the clients once inside, and not before entering as before.

The government It will also approve the return of the mandatory nature of outdoor masks announced by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, this Wednesday.

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In addition, the Armengol executive will approve the compulsory vaccination against covid for all athletes over 12 years old and those who attend stadiums, a measure that will also have to be endorsed by the TSJB before being applied.

All measures have been taken with the agreement of employers and unions.

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