The health and safety is a priority for Balearic Islands. This page provides up-to-date information about the global Coronavirus crisis (Covid-19).

A space aimed at professionals from the tourism sector to provide relevant information (protocols, memos, FAQs, etc.).

The Strategic Tourism Agency of the Balearic Islands (AETIB) is busy reorganising its activity to adapt to the new situation. We are currently devising action plans and strategies that will be activated as events develop, as well as an exit plan that will be activated once the effects of confinement have lessened.


This website contains all the official public service information that the Balearic Islands Government has available relating to the coronavirus.

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The coronavirus known as Covid-19 is a type of virus that is spread among animals but which can also affect humans and cause respiratory problems which generally produce only mild symptoms. The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is a new type of coronavirus, which can affect people and which was first detected in December 2019 in the city of Wuhan, in the Chinese province of Hubei. In 80 percent of cases, the virus only causes mild respiratory symptoms. General information on COVID-19 (coronavirus 2019 disease).

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The Covid19 pandemic, and the subsequent declaration of the state of alarm declared by the Spanish Government, is having a major impact on businesses in the Balearic Island and their workers. In order to alleviate the negative effects of this situation, the various administrations have implemented a series of measures and tools with regard to information, protection and economic aid. Here you can find the various additional measures and mechanisms aimed at securing three objectives: to guarantee workers’ rights; inject liquidity so that the self-employed and businesses can access credit at almost no financial cost; and defer financial debt for the self-employed and businesses via the banking system.

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This website contains all the public service FAQs that the Balearic Islands Government has available relating to the coronavirus.


-Royal Decree 476/2020, of 27 March, extending the state of alarm declared by Royal Decree 463/2020, of 14 March.

-Order TMA/305/2020, of 30 March, updating the list of tourist accommodation declared essential services in order TMA/277/2020 of 23 March.

-Order TMA/277/2020, of 23 March, declaring certain tourist accommodation as essential and adopting complementary provisions.

-Order SND/257/2020, of 19 March, declaring tourist accommodation establishments to be no longer open to the public.