59 residents and 17 hospital staff in a nursing home in Pearland were tested positive for Covid-19. According to authorities, the residents and hospital staff were infected with the coronavirus spike in recent weeks.

Here is the news report by clicktohouston.com

“It’s a huge concern. It’s definitely a huge concern,” said Vicki Morel, the facility’s owner.“Of course, we would like for there to be zero cases in the facility, but for the most part, our residents and staff are asymptomatic,” Morel continued.

Numbers released by the office of Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta confirmed Tuesday that there were 76 COVID-19 cases at Windsong — 59 residents and 17 staff members. Morel, who owns the senior living facility with her husband, also contracted COVID-19.

She said she was in recovery.“Most of the residents are doing really well. If they have any symptoms the families and doctors are being notified,” she said. County officials said containing the virus at senior living favorites is a top priority.

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