COVID-19

Coronavirus, an ‘almost perfect killing machine,’ hits Michigan nursing homes (Bridge)

Michigan’s nursing homes and senior living communities are losing ground in their uphill battle against COVID-19, Bridge Magazine reports.

Michigan’s nursing homes and senior living communities are losing ground in their uphill battle against COVID-19.

At least 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been detected at the Beaumont Commons in Farmington Hills, Beaumont Health spokesman Mark Geary told Bridge. Advantage Living Center in Roseville on Friday acknowledged multiple suspected cases. At least one case has been reported at Heartland Health Center in Livonia, and on March 17, the All Seasons senior facility in West Bloomfield said a  second resident had tested positive.

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