Catalan mouth mask not applicable for beaches Ibiza and Mallorca | Abroad

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People enjoy an afternoon at the beach on Conta beach, Ibiza.

People enjoy an afternoon at the beach on Conta beach, Ibiza.

PALMA DE MALLORCA / BARCELONA – Following the Spanish region of Catalonia, the government of the Balearic Islands, which includes the islands of Ibiza and Mallorca, has decided to make the wearing of face masks in public places generally mandatory. They will also have to be worn when there is enough space for others. But according to Spanish media, the regional government makes an exception for beaches, swimming pools and people who exercise.

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