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In a statement, Thomas Cook said 301 holidaymakers will have options for alternative hotels from Friday onwards and those wishing to go home will be flown back on Friday. It added: "Safety is always our first priority, so as a precautionary measure we have taken a decision to remove all our customers from this hotel. "While we understand this is upsetting for those on holiday, we believe this is the right thing to do." Sven Hirschler, senior director of corporate communications for the hotel's parent company Deutsche Hospitality, said there was not an unusual level of illness among the 1,600 guests staying at the hotel. He added Mr Cooper had complained of low blood pressure and was treated by the hotel's on-site doctor on the night he died. 'Tired and exhausted' Other guests have told the BBC about their experiences with illness during stays at the Steigenberger Aqua Magic. Toshiba laptop Janine Traviss, from Oldham, and her partner fell ill with a stomach bug during a holiday which ended earlier this month. "I subsequently have been ill for several weeks now since returning and had to visit the doctors on two occasions with two full weeks of antibiotics. "I am still recovering and still feel very tired and exhausted most days." Thomas Cook said it is working closely with the hotel and is supporting the local authorities with their investigations.

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