130 guests can leave the corona-hit hotel in Tenerife

a total Of 130 guests, which is isolated at a Spanish hotel in The Canary Islands due to the coronavirus, will be allowed to leave the site. It says a civil s

130 guests can leave the corona-hit hotel in Tenerife

a total Of 130 guests, which is isolated at a Spanish hotel in The Canary Islands due to the coronavirus, will be allowed to leave the site. It says a civil s

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
27 February 2020 Thursday 12:00
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130 guests can leave the corona-hit hotel in Tenerife

a total Of 130 guests, which is isolated at a Spanish hotel in The Canary Islands due to the coronavirus, will be allowed to leave the site.

It says a civil servant for the Spanish news agency EFE, according to Reuters.

None of the remaining 700 guests at the hotel have symptoms to be infected with the virus.

Now has 130 of them got the green light to leave the site, said a spokesman for the regional government.

Guests in the south of Tenerife, H10 Costa Adeje Palace Hotel has been in solitary confinement for three days, after that the four Italian tourists among the guests had been tested positive for the coronavirus.

Among the more than 700 guests at least six danes.

Bravo Tours, which have two danes in our hotel, the former confirms to the news agency Ritzau, that the isolation of the hotel includes up to 14 days.

the Foursome also says that the two guests have it good. They are like the rest of the hotel guests have been examined by a doctor, but they show no signs of symptoms of disease.

the Hotel H10 Adeje Palace has hundreds of rooms, several restaurants, a swimming pool and is located 50 metres from the beach.

The more than 700 guests count 25 nationalities. This was stated by the head of the regional government of The Canary Islands, Angel Victor Torres, according to Reuters.

the Guests got the message about the quarantine Tuesday morning.

Ansigtsmaskerne has been a steady reminder of the unusual situation for the guests.

- Everything is quite surreal. 95 percent of the situation remains normal, but we feel secluded, " says a hotel guest, Christopher Betts, who is from Leicestershire in central England.

- We turn to the time to death by walking around a bit, read, and sit by the pool. Everything is open except the bar, he says further, and commends the staff for their great work during the crisis.

Updated: 27.02.2020 12:00
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