Amid coronavirus, Riverside nursing home patients moved

Grant Boone
April 11, 2020

"The smell passes under the doors and permeates through the walls", the care worker said.

Some of the facilities are nursing homes that have created a separate building with separate staff to care for those patients.

She said that 14 of those 15 residents who now have COVID-19 are isolated inside the center and the other person was hospitalized for treatment.

Residents and employees of a Farmington nursing home have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a news release from the facility. Across the country, nursing homes have been locked down to visitors, and in many different states they've become hot spots for coronavirus. "Now we are providing even more support for these facilities, their residents, and staff who serve them".

"We are also in regular contact with our suppliers and vendors, as well as our pharmacy providers to ensure the center has access to the equipment, supplies and medications necessary to maintain care for our residents and patients", the facility's statement read.

The nursing home declined to respond to questions about protective gear, which has been in short supply in many medical facilities and care homes across the world, particularly in the early stages of the coronavirus crisis.

New Zealand reports 2 coronavirus deaths, Australia has 56
New Zealand carried out 3061 tests yesterday and overall 58,746 cases have been conducted since the epidemic began. She was one 20 residents hospitalised from the Rosewood Rest Home after someone tested positive at the facility.

Providing stipends to certified nurse assistants, licensed vocational nurses and other critical staff at nursing homes to make sure their needs are met.

The commission didn't provide the total number of infections in Texas nursing homes, nor did it identify the facilities where cases have been reported, according to the report.

The 84 patients will be moved from Magnolia Rehabilitation and Nursing Center to other health care locations throughout the county.

At least 14 residents at the Centennial Healthcare Center in Greeley who tested positive for COVID-19 have died, and 15 other residents have tested positive for the virus, a spokesperson for the facility said Thursday.

Projections by state health officials predict the peak of coronavirus cases to hit sometime in May.

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