Category : Canary Islands

by Buzzers - 10 months ago

Need to Know Covid Vaccination Campaign Info

Spanish Health Authority plans to buy about 140 million doses to vaccinate about 80 million peopleA total of 82,834 citizens have already received the first dose of the only vaccine approved until this Tuesday in the European Union, that of Pfizer-Bi...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

Goodbye to Retirement at 65!

The legal retirement age is delayed in January to 66 years except for those who have 37 years and three months of contributions Official age: Work two more monthsStarting in January, to be able to retire with 100% of the pension it will take 66 ye...

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

La Gomera Confirms There are No People Trapped

The town councils of Vallehermoso and Valle Gran Rey have agreed, jointly and by consensus with the rest of the institutions involved, to lift the security device that had to be installed yesterday in the port of Vueltas due to the precipitous collap...

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

TUI Holland Returns to the Canary Islands Paying the PCR

The Dutch tour operator TUI Nederland will once again transport tourists from the Netherlands to the archipelago from this Saturday, October 31st, paying their travellers for the PCR tests before leaving, to guarantee that they are free of Covid-19,...

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

Germany and England Schedule 163 flights for Next Week

The Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce of the Government of the Canary Islands, Yaiza Castilla, celebrated yesterday "the magnificent news" that Germany and the United Kingdom consider the Canary Islands as a safe area and eliminate restricti...

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

Canary Island Holidays Back On!

The Canary Islands have been added to the UK's travel corridors, meaning that Brits who return after 4am on Sunday 25th October will no longer need to quarantine. The FCDO has also changed its advice and no longer advises against non-essential tra...

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

Storm Bárbara Leaves Spectacular Images in the Skies

Although the storm Bárbara is leaving less water than is desired by the island farmers, its passage through the islands, more in the western province, is leaving beautiful prints in iconic places such as Mount Teide or the summit of Gran Canaria. The...

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

First European Map with a Covid Traffic Light

The European Centre for the Prevention and Control of Diseases of the EU will publish every Thursday the situation of the pandemic in each country through a colour scheme The Canary Islands appear in red on the first European map with a 'covid traff...

by Buzzers - 1 year ago

The Flu Vaccination Campaign Has Started

Health personnel will invite people over 65 to get vaccinated who come to health centres for other reasons "I go through the health centre to see if there are older patients to bring them and get vaccinated," confesses the director of the basic heal...