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Magnolia Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Has 50 Cases of COVID-19


No Confirmed Deaths at Riverside Facility as Residents are Evacuated

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Riverside, CA – Magnolia Rehabilitation and Nursing is facing an outbreak of 50 COVID-19 cases. Of those, 34 patients have tested positive, while 16 staff members have the disease. Many more could be affected, as dozens of test results are still pending.

Due to increased fear of COVID-19, employees refused to show up to work for two straight days. Therefore, the 83 patients had to be evacuated and moved to other facilities in Riverside County. 

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