COVID Outbreak over at Poplar Ridge Pavilion
Interior Health has declared the COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care facility in Trail over.
It indicated about a dozen residents at Poplar Ridge Pavilion contracted the virus over a two-week period.
I-H-A says no one was hospitalized and there were no fatalities during the facility-wide outbreak that was declared on Apr. 10.
According to Interior Health, the facility at Kootenay-Boundary Regional Hospital has beds for 50 residents.
Meanwhile there is a COVID-19 outbreak at East Kootenay Regional Hospital in Cranbrook.
Interior Health says infections were first found on the 3rd floor medical unit on Apr. 21.
I-H-A is also reporting a gastro-intestinal outbreak at Swan Valley Lodge.
The viral outbreak in the Harris Unit of the long-term care facility in Creston was declared on Mon. Apr. 24.
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