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Norwalk Meadows Nursing Center Has 25 Cases of COVID-19


1 Person Has Died at Norwalk Facility

Norwalk, CA – Norwalk Meadows Nursing Center is suffering from a coronavirus outbreak. The Norwalk facility has 25 cases altogether. Five residents have the disease, while 20 staff members have tested positive. So far, one person has died. 

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