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Al-Andalus Hotel in Tripoli hosts stranded travelers for quarantine

Libyan Cloud News Agency – Tripoli

Al-Andalus Hotel in Tripoli, also known as Sheraton Hotel, has received 259 people from the stranded Libyan families in Egypt to spend the quarantine period for 14 days.

The Director of the Office of Security and Safety at the hotel, Abdel-Azim Bin Moussa, told the Libyan Cloud News Agency that the hotel contains 204 rooms and have already hosted 4 trips from Egypt.

He explained that when the stranded travelers arrive, the health officers take samples from them for Covid-19 analysis, confirming that all travelers have been tested negative so far.

He said that they sterilize the travelers’ suitcases and belongings and take their passports as a security procedure.

Bin Moussa confirmed that the first group of travelers left the hotel on July 12 after completing the quarantine period.

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