A British worldwide journey firm says it’s evacuating its clients from a resort in Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Hurghada after two of them died there.
Thomas Cook stated in an announcement Thursday that the circumstances surrounding the deaths stay unclear however that it had acquired stories of “a raised level of illness among guests.”
The firm says its choice to take away 301 vacation makers from the Steigenberger Aqua Magic resort is a “precautionary measure.”
It says the visitors, of assorted nationalities, shall be supplied different accommodations or the choice to return residence.
The resort was final audited by Thomas Cook in July and acquired an general rating of 96 %.
Egypt is struggling to revive its important tourism business decimated by years of political turmoil following a 2011 rebellion.