Dysentery Holiday Illness Strikes at Jaz Mirabel Park in Egypt 2011
Holiday illness claims specialists, Simpson Millar LLP, have reading reports written by ill holidaymakers staying at the Jaz Mirabel Park in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. The symptoms described are commonly associated with Dysentery including profuse diarrhoea – painful abdominal cramps – nausea and lethargy.
Simon Lomax, Simpson Millar’s Holiday Illness Claims Manager states:
“I was shocked to learn that British travellers have reported on Holiday Watchdog and TripAdvisor that they have suffered a Dysentery Holiday Illness at Jaz Mirabel Park.”
“Holidaymakers travelling with the tour operators, TUI Holidays should not be subjected to illness caused by poor health and safety standards or unsanitary conditions at any hotel.”
“Tour operators are under a duty to take reasonable steps to monitor the hygiene standards of their suppliers in Egypt and the amount of illness amongst its guests.”
“TUI Holidays and other tour operators should be identifying hygiene issues which increase the risk of holidaymakers contracting illnesses such as Shigellosis or Amoebic dysentery whilst on holiday at the Jaz Mirabel Park.”
Simon Lomax continues to say:
“If this recent spate of illness is Shigellosis or Amoebiasis we will be seeking to recover substantial compensation for those who have suffered from a Jaz Mirabel Park Holiday Illness.
“Anyone who had been affected by a dysentery whilst travelling with TUI Holidays, First Choice, Thomas Cook etc, can speak to me on free phone 0808 129 3347 or by email.”
The Jaz Mirabel Park is a large 4T rated all-inclusive resort located in Nabq Bay near the resort of Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt – it has 196 rooms and shares a beach bar with its sister hotel, the Jaz Mirabel Beach.