Hotel In Tenerife Quarantined 1000 Guests After Italian Doctor Tests Positive For COVID-19
1000 HOTEL GUESTS QUARANTINED – The global spread of the new coronavirus had become more revealing in recent days.
Countries such as South Korea, Italy, Japan, Iran, and Singapore have seen an increasing trend in the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19.
This time, a hotel in the Tenerife in Spain had to quarantine 1,000 guests after an Italian doctor who stayed there tested positive for the virus.
According to a report from NRK, a Spanish newspaper, the hotel was located in Costa Adeje, southwest of the island.
The infected man hails from the Lombardy region of Italy, and even sought out a doctor because of fever and other symptoms.
As per the report, the doctor was reported to have stayed in the hotel four at least a week. This would be the third case in Spain, and the second to have occurred in the Canary Islands.
Following this, the president of the Canary Islands, Angel Victor Torres made a statement in his Twitter account. He said the corresponding protocols have been activated for dealing with the virus.
Additionally, more than a thousand guests of the Costa Adeje Hotel was put under quarantine. The Italian doctor was reported to have been staying with his wife in the tourist complex.
Strictly following the protocol of action that the Spanish and Italian authorities have established for these cases, the State’s security forces and bodies have for a few hours prevented any of the clients staying in the complex from entering or leaving the complex
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