Marian Regional Medical Center Has at Least 14 Total Cases of COVID-19

At Least 2 Deaths at Santa Maria Facility

Santa Maria, CA – Marian Regional Medical Center is suffering from a coronavirus outbreak. The CDPH website reports that since January 1, 2020, the Santa Barbara facility has had at least 14 cumulative cases. Fewer than 11 residents have had the disease, while 13 staff members have tested positive. So far, there have been at least two deaths.

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