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After two residents of a skilled nursing facility at the Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System tested positive for COVID-19, all residents and staff were tested. 27 cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed and one resident died. These cases show how quickly COVID-19 spreads in skilled nursing facilities and demonstrate the importance of universal and serial testing for COVID-19. Read more in MMWR: bit.ly/MMWR52220

27 cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed and one resident died

From: https://www.facebook.com/CDC/photos/a.184668026025/10157975136341026/?type=3

Would spread less if .gov stopped sending infected people into nursing homes.

kipkiruiisaac9

Would spread less if .gov stopped sending infected people into nursing homes.

oh they did stop after it was to late 😡😡😡😡

Keep washing your hands and continue social distancing. BE WISE!

Maybe someone should have told that to Cuomo BEFORE he forced nursing homes to take sick people! He killed so many elderly people!!!!!!

Testing staff. When will we have testing of symptom free staff?

debrawilson908

Testing staff. When will we have testing of symptom free staff?

I believe it said all staff...meaning every employee with or without symptoms...We will finally get to be testing and it is all staff...meaning every single employee whether they are showing active symptoms or not...on that note, if they had active symptoms, they would not be allowed to come to work...

Translate this to mass scale, that’s how we get back to normal.

Imagine how much worse it would have been without the testing after the first positive. Aggressive testing and contact tracing seems like the only way we’ll safely return to any kind of normalcy.

Everything spreads quickly and easily in a nursing home!

Move them into an environment where they get fresh air and sun. Otherwise it's basically being in a petri dish. Imagine what the inside might look like if we could view the entire scene microscopicaly.

Melinda_Reyes

Move them into an environment where they get fresh air and sun. Otherwise it's basically being in a petri dish. Imagine what the inside might look like if we could view the entire scene microscopicaly.

Reia Barber Some place with land. Set up a large tent with lots of flow. This isn't hard.

This is why everyone should wear masks. It’s the safe and responsible and respectful thing to do.

Nancy_Antoin

This is why everyone should wear masks. It’s the safe and responsible and respectful thing to do.

STAY HOME IF YOU'RE PARANOID...

Are you reading this Gov Wolf

All the talk about the elderly and NOW your getting around to the nursing homes. They should have been first.

benjamincharney73

All the talk about the elderly and NOW your getting around to the nursing homes. They should have been first.

exactly

how many were testing positive symptom free??

frankieflanders90

how many were testing positive symptom free??

If you follow the link they provide it goes on to say that "Fourteen of the 19 residents with COVID-19 were asymptomatic at the time of testing. Among these residents, eight developed symptoms 1–5 days after specimen collection and were later classified as presymptomatic; one of these patients died." And "Four of the eight infected staff members were symptomatic and were tested within 2 days after symptom onset; one developed fever at work and was immediately tested and sent home."

When are we going to have antibody testing available in Pa?

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