Given the concerns shared in this difficult moment, it seems correct to give some information about it.
myOM is a private house, therefore it is required in respect and in the well-being of oneself and of others to comply with the health regulations in force at the time of arrival in myOM.
The events will be carried out as much as possible in the open air and all the tools used during the lessons (mats, yoga wheels and various materials) will be disinfected at the end of each lesson.
In the event that some retreat requires a stay of several days in the structure, all the rooms will be sanitized before and after checkin / checkout
Should one of the guests test positive for covid-19 during their stay in myOM, the terms of stay and costs will be agreed.
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If you are coming from abroad, you need a QR CODE to arrive in Spain, which you can find at this address on the Spanish government website.
The QR code must currently be accompanied by a negative GREEN PASS .
Those who do not meet the full dosis of the vaccine must present a PCR or antigen test with a negative result that must have been done 72 hours before traveling.
Those whose countries of origin are the United Kingdom or those considered safe by the European Union may freely enter the Balearic Islands. The latter are: Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand. As well as, China, Hong Kong and Macao, as long as reciprocity is confirmed.
– As of June 7, those people who prove they have received the complete vaccination schedule in their countries of origin and thus prove it upon arrival at the ports or airports of the Balearic Islands.
– People who travel to the islands of countries outside the EU and who are not included in the previous list, must present certificates of diagnostic test for the virus -PCR or TMA- with a negative result. They must also fill out a public health form called “Sanitary Control Form”. In the case of those immunized, they must be immunized with a vaccine approved in the EU or authorized by the World Health Organization.
– Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican must be considered EU residents.
To enter from Spain it is sufficient to fill in only the entry form in the Balearic Islands community. All always accompanied by GREEN PASS or a negative PCR test.
Displacements between the Balearic Islands are exempt from documentary and health control.
Given the current situation in which few people fly for pleasure, many airlines have reduced the number of flights or even canceled, such as Ryanair and EasyJet. From may they are supposed to retake the flights.
Therefore, check that your flights are not affected and remember that most airlines require the use of the FFP2 or KM45 or surgical mask. Not all other versions are good.
On the website of the periodical DIARIO DE MALLORCA and ULTIMA HORA you can find information on the current situation in the Balearics.
As an autonomous community, sparsely populated and easily “closable”, the island of Mallorca has not suffered as traumatically as the rest of the peninsula from the pandemic. Unfortunately at an economic level, being an island that bases its economy almost entirely on tourism, it has been one of the most economically penalized areas, but at least not in terms of infections.
Do you have to leave for your country and need to make a test? here is where you can do it! The pads do not need to be pointed even if it is advisable to skip the eventual tail.
REMEMBER THAT FOR THOSE TRAVELING TO ITALY THE 30 EURO ANTIGEN IS SUFFICIENT
or if you are in Palma