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Tenerife hotel quarantined after doctor’s illness

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The Spanish authorities quarantined a hotel in the south of Tenerife, where more than a thousand tourists rested. One of the guests discovered a coronavirus. A 60-year-old doctor from Italy fell ill, now he is in the hospital.

Among the vacationers at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace Hotel, at least two Russians. Guests will remain at the hotel until the results of the second virus test. The spouse of the ill doctor was isolated. Around the hotel there is a police cordon.

The International Olympic Committee said that the organizing committee of the Tokyo Summer Games should guarantee security until May, otherwise the competition will have to be canceled.

The number of people infected worldwide is already over 80 thousand 330 people, and 2 thousand 706 have died. The good news is that more than 17 thousand 800 people have recovered. Not very good – a case of re-illness has been identified.

There are almost 200 of them. Outside of China, the most confirmed cases are in South Korea, Italy, Japan, Singapore and Iran. In the Islamic Republic, COVID-19 was detected in 95 people, among them 15 deaths. The Deputy Minister of Health of Iran, Iraj Harirchi, was hospitalized with coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the Russian embassy in Italy, where seven people have died from the coronavirus in the last week, and the number of cases has reached 280, urges Russians not to travel to the northern regions of Italy.

There is now the most difficult situation. The diplomatic mission clarified that there were no Russians among the infected, the embassy was operating normally.

The Vatican has joined in the fight against coronavirus. The clergy called on the parishioners to pray to God at home at the TV. Due to fears of the epidemic, the Geneva Motor Show was in danger of cancellation.

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