Holidaymakers at a Tenerife hotel will not be allowed to leave the complex for two weeks after a guest tested positive for coronavirus.
Sky News reports guests at the H10 Costa Adeje Palace in Adeje, Tenerife, have been notified of the 14-day isolation period.
Guests also received a note slipped under their doors, published by Sky, which read: “For your safety, Public Health recommend you NOT to leave your room, this is very important.”
The resort was closed this week after a man staying at the resort – reported to be a doctor – was admitted to hospital after testing positive for Covid-19, Spanish newspaper El Pais reports.
It is believed he went to a health centre with flu-like symptoms.
A notice on the H10 website says: “To ensure the safety of customers and employees, the H10 Costa Adeje Palace will be temporarily closed for the next few days.”
Anyone with a booking at the hotel will be re-accommodated elsewhere on the island, it added.