7 NURSING HOMES AND CARE FACILITIES IN CHARLOTTE HAD CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAKS
Seven nursing homes in the Charlotte, NC area have had ongoing outbreaks of the Coronavirus in their buildings. Some elderly patients have even died. At least 7,300 people living in long-term care facilities have died in the COVID-19 outbreak.
In Charlotte, NC one resident at The Social at Cotswold nursing home died after testing positive for COVID-19. 14 other residents at the same nursing home and two caregivers have also tested positive for the Coronavirus.
Health officials identified seven facilities with outbreaks:
▪ Hunter Woods Nursing & Rehab Center, 620 Tom Hunter Road, Charlotte.
▪ Huntersville Oaks, 10219 Verhoeff Dr., Huntersville.
▪ Pavillion Health Center, 10011 Providence Road West, Charlotte.
▪ Autumn Care of Cornelius, 19530 Mt. Zion Ave., Cornelius.
▪ The Social at Cotswold, 3610 Randolph Road, Charlotte.
▪ Carrington Place Rehab & Living Center, 600 Fullwood Lane, Matthews.
▪ The Laurels, 13180 Dorman Road, Pineville.
Health officials on the infectious disease prevention team continue to work nonstop to prevent and manage the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in long-term care facilities and other congregate living settings. At least 3,466 facilities in 39 states have reported Coronavirus infections. More than 2% of nursing home residents have died from the Coronavirus.
There have been Coronavirus outbreaks at 46 assisted living facilities across North Carolina.