TOURISTS already in the Canary Islands or planning a holiday soon are being urged not to panic following confirmation that Spain’s first case of the coronavirus has been found on La Gomera.Government officials have described the Coronavirus case as “isolated” and “under control” and have assured that the Canaries, in Spain, have all the means at their disposal to deal with the crisis. They say holidaymakers should not be put off going to either La Gomera or one of the other six islands, which include Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Tenerife, and are visited each year by millions of Britons.President of the Canary Islands Government, angel Victor Torres is currently holding a press conference in Tenerife to clarify the situation.
Coronavirus has been confirmed in one of five people being kept in quarantine on the island of La Gomera . All five are of German nationality.Spain’s Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, has issued a message of tranquility despite studying the contacts that German tourists have had on the island and during the trip to La Gomera.
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