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Coronavirus: Is deadly virus thriving in hotels as infection rate surpasses 64,000?

Following the news of the outbreak, the South China Morning Post reported that around eight in 10 hotel rooms in the country sat empty.

Travellers concerned about whether staying in a hotel could increase their chances of contracting the virus are in luck, as the World Health Organisation revealed whether hotels are actually still safe.

Appearing on a Coronavirus update video, Dr Carmen Dolea, Head, IHR Secretariat at the World Health Organisation provided some updated information about the virus which has since been renamed Covid-2019.

She says that if people have to travel they should not avoid doing so, but should practise “proper hand hygiene” which should also be in place within hotels.

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