Clark County Public Well being has confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks in two native senior care amenities.
A complete of 21 COVID-19 instances have been found at Glenwood Place Senior Dwelling in Vancouver, with 14 instances being residents and 7 being workers. No deaths have been confirmed.
The opposite outbreak is eight instances at Van Vista Assisted Dwelling in Vancouver. Six instances are residents and two are workers — one case has died, in response to Public Well being.
In response to Public Well being, testing for Van Vista residents and workers will happen at present. Public Well being stated in a press release that testing for Glenwood Place residents and workers was accomplished Thursday.
Key Property Companies, the property administration firm for Van Vista, has positioned the power on a full lockdown quarantine, in response to a Key Property assertion. Meaning residents restricted to rooms, with communal areas closed and no congregate gatherings or guests.
Key Property stated it has been screening workers and any guests previous to admittance to the constructing through the pandemic.
Private safety tools has additionally been supplied. Vaccinations have been supplied on-site for all workers and residents, however some residents and workers have declined vaccination, in response to the assertion.