Coronavirus hits Abu Dhabi: Two hotels on lockdown as guests test positive for virus

Friday, February 28, 2020
By Paul Martin

CORONAVIRUS has hit Abu Dhabi, with two hotels being reported to have been put on lockdown following two people testing positive for the virus.

Fri, Feb 28, 2020

Coronavirus has hit the Middle East, with two people testing positive for the virus in Abu Dhabi. They are reported to both be Italian. According to state-run media, two hotels are now in lockdown as authorities look to contain the spread of the virus.

The reports come UAE news agency WAM, who say that guests at the two hotels “interacted with two Italians diagnosed with coronavirus” have been placed under an emergency quarantine.

Other people who also interacted with the two sufferers on Yas island have been isolated at home according to the health department of Abu Dhabi.

The two Italians received their positive test results on Thursday.

A spokeswoman for the Marriot-owned Abu Dhabi confirmed to the BBC that it had been placed under a “temporary lockdown”

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2 Responses to “Coronavirus hits Abu Dhabi: Two hotels on lockdown as guests test positive for virus”

  1. laura ann

    Dloesn’t pay to travel anywhere outside your country anymore.

  2. Marie Joy

    As on the Disaster Princess, in Japan, hotel air is circulated, from room to room, eventually, infecting everyone.


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