After more cases of coronavirus in Spain there is still no news of the whereabouts of a so-called “super spreader”


After more cases of coronavirus in Spain there is still no news of the whereabouts of a so-called “super spreader”.

There are now more than 50 cases here, but while most of the infections can be explained by simple contact with another infected person, there are some that cannot be easily explained.

MW – Regional health authorities have confirmed an Italian national staying at the Adeje Palace hotel in Tenerife which has been placed on lockdown after four cases of the virus were detected, has tested positive.

More than 700 tourists remain at the hotel waiting out a 14-day isolation period imposed last Wednesday.