Around 1,000 guests at a hotel in Spain’s Canary Islands have been locked down after an Italian doctor who recently stayed there tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus.
On Tuesday, the H10 Costa Adeje Palace Hotel in Tenerife was placed on lockdown after the man tested positive for the viral disease, BBC reports. The man reportedly tested positive on Monday, and has since been isolated at the University Hospital Nuestra Señora de Candelaria, where he will be tested again to confirm the suspected diagnosis.
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Guests at the four-star resort were initially ordered to stay in their rooms as health checks were carried out, according to the Associated Press. The roughly 1,000 guests are not yet allowed to leave the hotel, per Spanish news media and the press office for the town of Adeje.
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Health authority spokeswoman Veronica Martin claimed the H10 Costa Adeje Palace was not under a true “quarantine.” According to Martin, the hundreds of guests were being observed for “health reasons and the degree of supervision will be assessed during the day,” she said, “but so far, we’re not talking about quarantine,” per the Agence France-Presse.
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