Update 2021-03-17: From Thursday (18 March) until at least 11 April, all persons travelling to the Balearic Islands from within Spain need a negative PCR test, at most 72 hours old. Previously, this was only required for travel from areas with high case rates. In addition, domestic travellers as well as international travellers must fill out a health form and present the QR code generated upon entry. Travellers with a valid reason for travelling can also take the test after entry or go into self-isolation for ten days. The same applies to residents of the Balearic Islands. They also do not have to present a test if they do not leave the region for more than 72 hours.