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Cedar Mountain Post Acute Rehabilitation Has 57 Cases of COVID-19


2 People Have Died at Yucaipa Facility

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Yucaipa, CA – Cedar Mountain Post Acute Rehabilitation is suffering from a coronavirus outbreak. The Yucaipa facility has 57 cases altogether. So far, 51 residents and six staff members have the disease. Two people have died. 

The nursing home is no longer accepting new residents and it is closed to visitors. Residents are quarantined in their rooms and staff members are staying in RVs to prevent the spread.

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