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Nursing home delays vaccinations due to COVID-19 outbreak

Nursing home delays vaccinations due to COVID-19 outbreak
A Georgia nursing home where more than 100 residents and dozens of employees have tested positive for COVID-19 this month has been forced to put off its scheduled vaccinations as the infections continue to spread.

“We made it all the way to December before we had a major outbreak,” Woodstock Nursing and Rehabilitation manager Dianne Patterson told the station.(Google) The nursing home has converted two hallways into COVID units, Patterson told WSB-TV.“It only takes one for it to spread like wildfire,” Patterson told WSB-TV.Most Read “My fear is that it’s going to be one of those stories where people are dying left and right,” Lorelei Hoeye, whose mother, Angela Louise Oliver, lives at Woodstock, told WSB-TV.

” More than 100 residents at the Woodstock Nursing and Rehabilitation Center have tested positive for COVID-19 this month.A Georgia nursing home where more than 100 residents and dozens of employees have tested positive for COVID-19 this month has been forced to put off its scheduled vaccinations as the infections continue to spread.

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