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'We're fine but bored,' says guest in Tenerife hotel in coronavirus lockdown

Reuters Wednesday, 26 February 2020
"Everything is very quiet," says Briton Christopher Betts, one of more than 700 guests spending a second day in lockdown at a four-star Tenerife hotel on Wednesday after four cases of coronavirus were detected there among a group of Italians.
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News video: Coronavirus: Outside the Tenerife hotel where hundreds of guests are locked down

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A hotel in Tenerife in Spain's Canary Islands is in lockdown after a visiting Italian doctor tested positive for coronavirus.

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