Coronavirus cases registered in Dehesa de Campoamor

The Shangrila Klub cocktail bar in Dehesa de Campoamor has taken the decision to close its doors after two workers tested positive for the virus. It is believed that transmission could have come from a third person, a 23-year-old holidaymaker from Madrid, who tested positive with symptoms after returning home – although the link has yet to be established.
Following the recommendations of the health authorities, Shangrila Klub has temporarily closed and the facilities have been thoroughly cleaned. The announcement was made by the bar after two administration employees were placed in home isolation. The rest of the staff, who will undergo PCR tests are also quarantining at home until the results are known.
The first case could have been a young woman from Madrid who was spending her holidays in the town, which is busy with Spanish nationals from Madrid and Murcia who traditionally spend the summer season in this area. The woman began to feel ill a few days after returning to the capital of Spain, so the health authorities began to track and trace her movements. In addition to the cocktail bar, a disinfection team has also been sent to the building where the young woman had stayed. The cleaner of that building, the only person there to have had contact with her has tested negative in a PCR test, but remains at home as a precaution. The girl’s friends and family have also tested negative but are currently confined to their homes.