September 24, 2021

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Illegal Party Detected – Party Infiltrators – VG

Strict: Guests at a nightclub in Ibiza in the summer of 2020. It is now forbidden to meet at homes on the holiday island from 01.00 to 06.00. Photo: JAIME Raina / AFP

The police in Ibiza have been trying very hard to uncover the illegal party and now they are trying to add people who infiltrate the party environment.

In early July, the holiday paradise of Ibiza relaxed restrictions on entry into the island, allowing tourists to return.

In the following weeks, the island prospered, and authorities took drastic measures to control the situation.

They will infiltrate the party environment in the holiday paradise.

According to Defender Local officials have been in contact with a company that employs “foreigners between the ages of 30 and 40” to headline a party.

From the end of July, they are not allowed to meet at homes between 01.00 and 06.00 at night, but according to the police, many parties have been arranged in private homes.

– Seek outside help

According to local authorities spokesman Mariano Juan, the parties are advertised on social media or on tourist sites.

Police say it is very difficult to infiltrate because the locals know them well. So we have to look for help outside, ”Juan tells the newspaper Ibiza newspaper.

He says not only tourists but also locals and seasonal workers attend the banquets.

Open: Can go to a restaurant, but only in small groups. Here is the beach cafe “Cafe del Mar” in Antonio de Portmany in Ibiza in 2020. Photo: JAIME Raina / AFP

Local officials need to see if they are succeeding in their recruitment programs, and Juan says it is difficult to recruit people.

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The move was heavily criticized, including by representatives of the Spanish Socialist Party, The Guardian writes.

The island is part of the Balearic Islands, part of Spain. In the last 14 days, 669 cases of infection per 100,000 people have been detected.

VG’s Travel Overview As of August 4, the Balearic Islands are dark red, meaning those arriving in Norway should be isolated.