Tui and Jet2holidays use Tenerife hotel at centre of coronavirus scare

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The holiday package firms Tui and Jet2holidays use a Tenerife hotel currently at the centre of a coronavius scare.

The H10 Costa Adeje Palace is a four-star seafront hotel with nearly 500 rooms, and has four pools and a gym.

A letter sent by managers to guests says they must stay in their rooms after a man there was diagnosed with coronavirus.

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A spokesman for the firm Jet2, which has its headquarters in Leeds, said in a statement to the PA news agency: "We are aware of reports that a non-Jet2holidays customer staying at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace in Tenerife has tested positive for coronavirus.

There are believed to be around 1,000 people staying at the hotel that is now in lockdown (Picture: Google Street View)There are believed to be around 1,000 people staying at the hotel that is now in lockdown (Picture: Google Street View)
There are believed to be around 1,000 people staying at the hotel that is now in lockdown (Picture: Google Street View) | other

"Under the advice of the regional and the Spanish government authorities, the hotel has been placed under quarantine.

"The health and safety of our customers is our absolute priority, and we will release more information as it becomes available.

"In line with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advice, our flying programme remains unchanged."

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