Brotherhoods in Mallorca are preparing their Easter processions without yet knowing exactly what the public health administration will permit.
The Bishopric is hopeful of a return to normality, the processions having been affected by the pandemic over the past two years. However, spokesperson Pep Serra says that different scenarios are currently envisaged, “because we still don’t know which way it will go”.
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Diocesan secretary, Jaume RigoIndoor organized gatherings, stresses the importance of “everything being prepared and ready to go“The full story here: Doug Ford in isolation after aide tests positive for COVID-19. He is in regular contact with the health ministry to find out whether or not there will be restrictions, saying that “if we do not prepare now, we will not have the time”.