Sixty-seven residents and seven employees at the Windermere Health and Rehabilitation Center in Augusta reportedly have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to news station WRDW.
No deaths have been reported at the nursing home, the station reported Friday.
Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. learned of the development Friday from EMA Chief Christopher James, WRDW reported.
Davis said Augusta EMA is working with Windermere and state health officials, according to the news station.
Seventeen people at the nursing home reportedly tested negative, WRDW said.
Officials at the nursing home and their parent company, SavaSeniorCare Administrative Services in Atlanta, could not be reached by phone for comment, WRDW said.
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