The Bradley Court Has 37 Total Cases of COVID-19

Fewer Than 11 Deaths at El Cajon Facility

El Cajon, CA – The Bradley Court is suffering from a coronavirus outbreak. The CDPH website reports that since January 1, 2020, the El Cajon facility has had 37 cumulative cases. Twenty-two residents have had the disease, while 15 staff members have tested positive. So far, there have been fewer than 11 deaths.

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