Claremont Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (CNRC) recently announced that two residents and two employees tested positive for COVID-19, this brings the total number of staffers to 11, and two residents since the pandemic began.

The two residents who tested positive have been quarantined in an isolated area of the facility. The employees who just tested positive are at home. All staffers who have tested positive are in isolation or have recovered.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Bureau of Health reported the results after universal testing of 501 residents and employees. This is the second time universal testing was conducted at the facility. The first testing was conducted in late May, no positives were found during that testing.

Claremont continues to follow CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health’s COVID-19 guidelines for its residents and employees.    

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