The Balearics have seen an influx of British holidaymakers since last Wednesday after being added to the British government’s green list.
Initially, this gave hope to holidaymakers who no longer have to self-quarantine when they return to the UK.
However, the Balearic Islands could return to the Orange List when the travel list is updated later this month, which would mean travelers would have to self-isolate on their return.
As of Sunday, health authorities recorded 303 cases in the past 24 hours, 70 more than the 233 reported the day before.
Tests positive for Covid also fell from 6.76% on Saturday to nearly 8.5% on Sunday, according to The mirror.
Hospitalizations in intensive care for Covid infections reached 14-10 in Mallorca, one in Menorca and three in Ibiza.
Spain has seen an upsurge in coronavirus cases, especially among young people, despite the success of the vaccination program, according to The Guardian.
Spanish Health Minister Carolina Darias said on Wednesday that the vaccination program remained “the most powerful weapon we have”.
She added: âWe are at a point in the pandemic where we are getting closer and closer to the end, but we cannot let our guard down.
âWe have to follow the rules. “
It wouldn’t be the first time a country has been taken off the green list, causing chaos.
This created chaos for UK travelers who had to postpone or pay for new return flights.