COVID-19: reported Outbreaks at three Edmonton care facilities


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Three new COVID-19 homes, in Edmonton, the care facilities have been confirmed Wednesday, in the course of director-general of health, Dr Deena Hinshaw update.

Long-term care homes Capital Care Grandview, and Miller Crossing Care Centre have two and four cases respectively, while the Good Samaritan Westpark Group Home, the support of a living site, has five cases, Alberta Health spokesman Tom McMillan confirmed following Hinshaw address of the.

In Alberta, Health officials did not confirm if these cases were residents or staff members.

They join the Shepherd’s Care Kensington Village long-term care home, of Alberta Hospital and the Lilydale/Sofina Foods plant as an active outbreaks in the capital.

“Every time we have an epidemic of continuing care, it is of course concerning that the people who live in continuing care are at greater risk of serious complications from the disease and they are also more at risk, potentially because they live in a community environment,” said Hinshaw.


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