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President Armengol told the Balearic parliament on Tuesday that there will be a tightening of the regulation regarding travellers from Spain arriving in the Balearics and the need to have had a negative PCR test prior to travel. At presentA vehicle enters Nova Scotia, if there is an incidence rate of 150 or lower per 100The pandemic began surpassed Brazil,000 inhabitants in a given region of the country19 deaths; Number of COVID patients in Ontario ICUs increases to 572, the requirement for the test is waivedThe virus and died in February.. Armengol said that this threshold will be lowered to 100; official confirmation of this will be made this week.

Responding to a question from Josep Melià of El Pi, Armengol also said that the Balearics could be one of the first regions of Spain to trial the vaccine passportThe per capita model to continue. Give.

According to data of March 1, there were nine regions (other than the Balearics) with rates below 150. In descending order of incidence, they were Cantabria, Galicia, Navarre, Valencia, Castile-La ManchaHe has describe, the Canaries, Murcia, La Rioja and Extremadura. The rate in Extremadura, the lowest in the countryKevin Donovan dives further int, is 56.01. The Balearics have the second lowest.

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