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  • Police officers wearing protective masks search for drugs on tourists while patrolling in the quieter Punta Ballena street in Magaluf as bars are shuttered, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mallorca, Spain, July 12, 2020. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
  • Police officers wearing protective masks patrol in the quieter Punta Ballena street in Magaluf as bars are shuttered, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mallorca, Spain, July 12, 2020. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo
  • Police officers wearing protective masks patrol in the quieter Punta Ballena street in Magaluf as bars are shuttered, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mallorca, Spain, July 12, 2020. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo
  • Police officers wearing protective masks patrol in the quieter Punta Ballena street in Magaluf as bars are shuttered, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mallorca, Spain, July 12, 2020. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo
  • 11 July 2020, Spain, Calvia: Three young women go into the water at Magaluf beach for a swim. The regional government of the Belear Islands has announced the introduction of a strict mask obligation, which is to come into force on Monday (13 July). Then all people in public will have to wear mouth and nose protection even if the safety distance can be maintained. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa (Photo by Clara Margais/picture alliance via Getty Images)
  • Two tourists arrive to Magaluf Beach in Calvia on the Spanish island of Mallorca on July 8, 2020. - The Balearic Islands are expecting a wave of tourists from the United Kingdom in the coming days as a 14-day quarantine requirement is due to be lifted ahead of the weekend. More than 18 million British tourists visited Spain last year, accounting for more than a fifth of the overall total of nearly 84 million visitors, figures from the National Institute of Statistics show. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP) (Photo by JAIME REINA/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Employees prepare the outdoor seating area of a bar in Magaluf on the Spanish island of Mallorca on July 8, 2020. - The Balearic Islands are expecting a wave of tourists from the United Kingdom in the coming days as a 14-day quarantine requirement is due to be lifted ahead of the weekend. More than 18 million British tourists visited Spain last year, accounting for more than a fifth of the overall total of nearly 84 million visitors, figures from the National Institute of Statistics show. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP) (Photo by JAIME REINA/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Two tourists sit at a bar on Punta Ballena street in Magaluf on the Spanish island of Mallorca on July 8, 2020. - The Balearic Islands are expecting a wave of tourists from the United Kingdom in the coming days as a 14-day quarantine requirement is due to be lifted ahead of the weekend. More than 18 million British tourists visited Spain last year, accounting for more than a fifth of the overall total of nearly 84 million visitors, figures from the National Institute of Statistics show. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP) (Photo by JAIME REINA/AFP via Getty Images)
  • The owner of a tattoo shop paints a wall in Magaluf on the Spanish island of Mallorca on July 8, 2020. - The Balearic Islands are expecting a wave of tourists from the United Kingdom in the coming days as a 14-day quarantine requirement is due to be lifted ahead of the weekend. More than 18 million British tourists visited Spain last year, accounting for more than a fifth of the overall total of nearly 84 million visitors, figures from the National Institute of Statistics show. (Photo by JAIME REINA / AFP) (Photo by JAIME REINA/AFP via Getty Images)