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Coronavirus in Fuerteventura
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Are any precautions being taken in Fuerteventura against  this virus?
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Yes we are avoiding all the China shops and Chinese Restaurants Smile Smile Smile Smile
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Well, the great British public are doing the same here in the UK.
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(13-02-2020, 01:53 PM)Johnrgby Wrote: Yes we are avoiding all the China shops and Chinese Restaurants Smile Smile Smile Smile

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Some info to keep everyone up to date:

The closest case of Coronavirus was a couple of weeks ago (29th Jan) when five people were admitted and isolated in an Hospital on La Gomera. 1st case confirmed, 4 others suspected. The infected person travelled from Germany to Tenerife South and from there he took a ferry to La Gomera.

Today's news - The patient in La Gomera tested negative and will be released soon:

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The hospitalized coronavirus patient in La Gomera is negative

The patient admitted to the Hospital of La Gomera since January 29 affected by coronavirus has been negative in the last analysis and continues without any symptoms, reported the Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands.

The tests will be repeated within 24 hours and if the negative result is confirmed, you will be discharged immediately.

The patient is a German citizen who travelled to La Gomera on vacation in the company of five friends, and although apparently he was infected in his country he was diagnosed after his arrival in the Canary Islands.

His friends remain in a situation of home monitoring in the municipality of Hermigua.

Four men initially presented symptoms but were negative in two tests and their follow-up period will continue until February 14 included.

The fifth German tourist, who has remained asymptomatic throughout his stay in the Canary Islands, will conclude this observation period on Thursday, in accordance with the action protocol set by the Ministry of Health.

After the period of home surveillance, these people can resume their lives with absolute normality, without restrictions of any kind, the Ministry of Health has informed.

https://www.eldiariodecanarias.com/notic...a-negativo
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