A number of COVID-19 deaths in 2 Greensboro nursing houses, based on newest well being division knowledge; Dozens of circumstances have additionally been reported. | Native information
Vehicles will line up for COVID-19 testing at Cone Health’s Green Valley campus in Greensboro on Friday. Dozens of COVID-19 cases in two Greensboro nursing homes are included in the latest data from the NC Department of Health and Human Services.
Nurses are doing drive-through Covid-19 tests on Friday. In a communal living environment, a COVID-19 outbreak is defined as two or more laboratory-confirmed cases.
GREENSBORO – Multiple deaths and dozen of COVID-19 cases in two Greensboro nursing homes are featured in the latest data from the NC Department of Health and Human Services.
The Guilford Health Care Center had five additional deaths attributable to COVID-19 and 45 more cases of the disease – 26 among residents and 19 among staff, the state report said Tuesday. The reports are issued late Tuesday and Friday afternoons and contain neither the death dates nor the test results.
According to the Guilford Health website, the facility had 10 current cases each with residents and staff as of Tuesday. The facility’s administrator was unavailable for comment late Tuesday afternoon, but cases are often resolved by the time the NCDHHS publishes its reports.
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The 2041 Willow Road nursing home has had a total of six deaths with residents and 62 cases, including 41 with residents, in the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, according to the state.
In Friday’s condition report, two deaths from COVID-19 were also reported at Carolina Pines in Greensboro. Tuesday’s report shows an additional 47 cases, 31 with residents and 16 with staff, since Friday’s data was released.