The rate of positives in the last 14 days in Spain as a whole is 234 per 100,000 inhabitants, led again by Madrid, with 535 positives, followed by La Rioja and the Basque Country, with more than 370.
To help with tracking, Majorca and Ibiza have asked for 100 soldiers who begin their work on Friday (September 10), with the team incorporating a psychologist to help anyone suffering from trauma.
Some of the tracking involves trying to contact dozens of people who have been near patients tested positive.
In Gran Canaria, one so-called super-spreader is believed to have infected at least 140 people which has multiplied the task of finding all possible contacts.
The soldiers will also be at work in the Canary Islands, including Tenerife, and in other locations on the mainland, including 300 in Valencia.
Source:Daily Express :: Travel Feed