A California nursing home was evacuated after its staff didn't show up

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Brooke Federico, a spokesperson for the county's public health agency told U.S. News the residents were being moved to other facilities that will follow the virus containment measures. "Older Californians and those who are medically fragile are at higher risk of becoming seriously ill due to COVID-19, which is why we took early action to restrict visitors to these facilities".

"I'm just giving you an overall sense of the seriousness to which we place our efforts and focus on protecting our most vulnerable, our seniors in the state of California", Newsom said Friday during his daily COVID-19 briefing in Sacramento.

In a statement, the facility said it was taking extra precautions and working to adhere to CDC guidelines for long-term care and nursing facilities, and that staff were being provided "appropriate PPE". "She also mentioned that there had been a lot of discussion amongst the staff of fear".

They also reported that the county did not know why the scheduled health workers didn't show up for work.

The ship initially was only to accept patients who aren't sick with COVID-19 from Southern California hospitals, freeing up beds at medical centers that expect to see a surge in those cases in coming weeks. "This will help decompress the system".

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Wayne Nursing and Rehab is far from the first long-term care facility in West Virginia to be exposed to the virus, with positive results reported in facilities in Charleston and Morgantown.

The commission didn't provide the total number of infections in Texas nursing homes, nor did it identify the facilities where cases have been reported, according to the report.

The 84 patients will be moved from Magnolia Rehabilitation and Nursing Center to other health care locations throughout the county.

The nursing center is home to a COVID-19 outbreak, with at least 34 known cases among residents and five among employees. Seven employees have also tested positive, according to the release.

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