According to information we received, at least three patients tested positive on the first day of Yom Tov, prompting the facility to shut down the Davening, and keep residents locked in their rooms.
All the patients reportedly showed no symptoms of Covid-19.
Tests are being conducted on the other patients, the source said.
In the days leading up to Yom Tov, there were reports of other recent local cases.
A representative from CHEMED stated, “doctors are working together to track any possible new cases and any increase of cases will be reported accordingly.”