Scots tourist on Coronavirus lockdown in Tenerife hotel reveals guests stuck in rooms as cops stand guard
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Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeScots holidaymakers have been told they could be lockdown at a Tenerife hotel for up to two weeks after a man tested positive for Coronavirus.
It is believed around 1000 people are stuck in quarantine in the H10 Costa Adeje Palace in the Canary Islands after an Italian doctor who stayed at the hotel was found to have the deadly virus.
Spanish police have taped off the popular hotel with no guests allowed to enter or leave.
One Scots tourist, who wanted to remain anonymous, told the Daily Record guests haven been given any information and are relying on media reports.
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The guest said: “A letter was put under our door saying we had to stay in our room, it didn say anything about Coronavirus. We heard about that online.
“We were told not to leave our room but I went down to reception to ask what was going on.
“There are very few staff going about, everything is cordoned off.
“Everyone is a bit confused about what going on. We think we going to be here a long time.
“It feels a bit weird and surreal. Police are at the exits to the hotel so no one can get out.
“The police said it could be 10 to 14 days before we are allowed out.
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“We are supposed to be flying back today but it looks like we won be getting that flight.”
## ## Several, but not all, guests at the hotel were given a letter warning them about staying in their room.
It read: ” Dear Guests. We regret to inform you that for health reasons, the hotel has been closed down.