Hotel in Spain closed due to Legionella in July, 2012

Posted on August 24, 2012 • Filed under: Europe, Spain, Tourists Killed

Calp Ends Hotel in Alicante, Spain for the outbreak pneumonitis Legionella bacteria. Last February three British tourists between 73 and 78 years died and today 3 and 5 Spanish Belgian undergoing treatment. The ‘Health Department’ of Valencia announced yesterday that were detected 8 cases of Legionella pneumonia “with spatiotemporal relationship between them,” with a common bond and that occurred the third week of June while in the Hotel Calp . In its statement, the Valencia emphasizes that this is the same hotel where there was an outbreak of Lejionella past February. Read Article

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