Family stuck in ‘covid hotel’ after papa tests favorable at airport

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    Family's TUI holiday turns to 'hell' after they locked down in 'Covid hotel' Liverpool Echo

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    Amanda Leavesley and Paul Heffey are needing to quarantine with their child in a remote hotel (Picture: Liverpool Echo)

    A household have actually been left in ‘holiday hell’ after among them checked favorable for coronavirus when they landed in Greece.

    Amanda Leavesley had actually taken a trip to Rhodes with her partner Paul Heffey and their child Callia on September 30. They went through check at the airport and 2 days later on were informed to go to their spaces instantly as Paul had actually checked favorable.

    They were then seen by a medical professional and required to a hotel in a remote location to remain while needing to self-isolate. Amanda states she is now quarantining in one space with her child for 10 days, while her partner needs to separate for 14.

    She stressed that the household comprehended they require to quarantine, however explained their hotel conditions as ‘not acceptable’. She stated: ‘When we initially arrived I believe we had one bottle of water in between us for the opening night.

    ‘When the food arrived it was cold. We cannot go and out buy things
    due to the fact that we can’t leave the structure. We are under a significant flight course and the sound of the airplanes entering land is dreadful.

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    ‘There are barking dogs nearby all night and day and we cannot step on foot outside the building. We feel like we are in hell.’

    A Merseyside family were forced to move to a 'Covid hotel' after the dad tested positive for coronavirus while on holiday. Amanda Leavesley, from Huyton, told the ECHO she has to spend the next 10 days in the apartment or face a massive fine and even jail time if she leaves her enforced isolation. Amanda claims the family were moved to the apartment in a remote part of Rhodes when her partner tested positive for coronavirus after they arrived in Greece on Wednesday, September 30. The mum claims the entire family, including her partner Paul Heffey and two-year-old daughter Callia, are now confined to their room. She also claims the 'chicken and potatoes' delivered to their room at their designated meal time were served cold.

    The mum explained their experience in the hotel as resembling ‘hell’ (Picture: Liverpool Echo)

    A Merseyside family were forced to move to a 'Covid hotel' after the dad tested positive for coronavirus while on holiday. Amanda Leavesley, from Huyton, told the ECHO she has to spend the next 10 days in the apartment or face a massive fine and even jail time if she leaves her enforced isolation. Amanda claims the family were moved to the apartment in a remote part of Rhodes when her partner tested positive for coronavirus after they arrived in Greece on Wednesday, September 30. The mum claims the entire family, including her partner Paul Heffey and two-year-old daughter Callia, are now confined to their room. She also claims the 'chicken and potatoes' delivered to their room at their designated meal time were served cold. (Credits: Liverpool Echo)

    Paul checked favorable for the infection after a check at the airport (Picture: Liverpool Echo)

    Paul and Amanda are totally separated and can just see each other by ‘waving across the balcony’, she stated.

    If the household were to break quarantine and go outside for any factor they run the risk of dealing with a 5,000 Euro fine, and even landing a jail sentence.

    Amanda informed the Liverpool Echo that Tui remain in the procedure of arranging return flights for the household.

    A representative for the travel business stated: ‘We can verify that Mr Heffey checked favorable for Covid-19 after being checked on arrival at Rhodes airport.

    A Merseyside family were forced to move to a 'Covid hotel' after the dad tested positive for coronavirus while on holiday. Amanda Leavesley, from Huyton, told the ECHO she has to spend the next 10 days in the apartment or face a massive fine and even jail time if she leaves her enforced isolation. Amanda claims the family were moved to the apartment in a remote part of Rhodes when her partner tested positive for coronavirus after they arrived in Greece on Wednesday, September 30. The mum claims the entire family, including her partner Paul Heffey and two-year-old daughter Callia, are now confined to their room. She also claims the 'chicken and potatoes' delivered to their room at their designated meal time were served cold.

    Amanda stated their food reached the space cold (Picture: Liverpool Echo)

    A Merseyside family were forced to move to a 'Covid hotel' after the dad tested positive for coronavirus while on holiday. Amanda Leavesley, from Huyton, told the ECHO she has to spend the next 10 days in the apartment or face a massive fine and even jail time if she leaves her enforced isolation. Amanda claims the family were moved to the apartment in a remote part of Rhodes when her partner tested positive for coronavirus after they arrived in Greece on Wednesday, September 30. The mum claims the entire family, including her partner Paul Heffey and two-year-old daughter Callia, are now confined to their room. She also claims the 'chicken and potatoes' delivered to their room at their designated meal time were served cold.

    The household can just see each other throughout the veranda (Picture: Liverpool Echo)

    ‘Greek authority constraints now need his celebration to self-isolate for 14 days and they have actually been transferred to a professional seclusion system within a hotel.

    ‘We value this should have been extremely disturbing for them. We touch with Mr Heffey and his celebration, and the hotel where they are self-isolating, to offer assistance.

    ‘We will do everything possible to make their isolation as comfortable as possible and remain in close contact for the rest of their quarantine period.’

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