New Delhi: Hyatt Regency here has taken measures to sanitise and decontaminate its premises after reports suggested that a Delhi-based man, who was tested positive for coronavirus, had dined at the hotel recently.
A representative of the hotel located in Bikaji Cama Place was quoted as saying that the man, who had dined at one of the restaurants at the Hyatt Regency on February 28, was diagnosed with the virus on Monday.
"The man who was tested positive for coronavirus in Delhi on Monday had dined at our hotel on February 28. Measures have been taken to ensure the safety of the guests and the employees and to make sure the virus is not allowed to spread," he said.
Speaking of the measures taken at the hotel, he said that the decontamination process was underway and that things were under control.
On Tuesday, a Noida school was closed down because the children of the infected man studied there.
Media reports on Tuesday suggested that the hotel would be quarantined amid the efforts being made by the government to contain the spread of the virus. Hyatt's representative, however, denied any such claims.
All the employees of the hotel who were on duty on February 28 have been asked to self-quarantine for 14 days.