A senior health care facility in Round Rock confirmed 50 new cases of Covid-19. Among those who were tested positive for the deadly virus were not only residents but also their staff.
Here is the report by kxan.
Trinity Care Center, a senior facility in Round Rock, has confirmed residents and staff at that location have tested positive for COVID-19, according to a company statement.
Williamson County and Cities Health District confirmed this weekend that there were 46 cases, and updated KXAN midday Monday that there were now 50 cases between residents and staff at that facility.
Trinity provides short-term rehabilitation services and long-term care. It is located at 1000 East Main Street in Round Rock. Trinity is the 11th Austin-area nursing and assisted living facility to confirm at least one case of COVID-19 to KXAN among its residents or staff.
When WCCHD confirmed this cluster of cases over the weekend, the first COVID-19 nursing home cases confirmed in Williamson County, the health district could not share which facility experienced this cluster of cases. Monday Caraday Health, the Texas-based skilled nursing corporation, confirmed to KXAN that their Trinity Care Center facility was, in fact, the facility where the cluster was reported in Williamson County.
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