MILWAUKEE — Officers with St. Camillus on Wisconsin Avenue across from the Milwaukee County Zoo on Wednesday, March 25 noted a good scenario of the coronavirus.
In accordance to a information launch, the client is a resident at St. Camillus’ “Independent Living” setting up. The resident was in quarantine due to the fact March 18 due to touring out of state, and went to the medical center for unrelated indicators on March 23. Whilst at the hospital, the resident was diagnosed with COVID-19. Because of to restrictions currently in spot, no inhabitants or staff were being exposed, officials mentioned.
Officials famous they “have created, and will keep on to make it their major precedence to reduce the unfold versus the COVID-19 virus,” operating with community and federal authorities, in addition to the United States Facilities for Illness Command and Prevention.
“The health and safety of our people and team is our key aim,” claimed Kevin Schwab, St. Camillus CEO in the release. “We are operating diligently 24 hrs a working day to protect our local community from the COVID-19 virus. St. Camillus has been and will go on to carry out the heightened protocol that is suggested from our regional health and fitness officers and the CDC. We want to thank all of our focused staff and supportive citizens and households through this time. We know the pressure of remaining away from your beloved just one is exceptionally tough and we assure you that we are placing all initiatives in to shield them.”
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