Two residents of Jewish nursing home in Cleveland diagnosed with coronavirus

Two residents of Montefiore, a Jewish nursing home in suburban Cleveland, tested positive for coronavirus.

An elderly woman walks through a corridor of a retirement home as visits have been restricted due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) concerns, in Grevenbroich (photo credit: REUTERS)
An elderly woman walks through a corridor of a retirement home as visits have been restricted due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) concerns, in Grevenbroich
(photo credit: REUTERS)
Two residents of Montefiore, a Jewish nursing home in suburban Cleveland, tested positive for coronavirus.
The facility in Beachwood, Ohio, made the announcement in a statement on Saturday, the Cleveland Jewish News reported. Both of the residents are now hospitalized.
More than two weeks ago the facility put safety protocols and restrictions into place, including only allowing essential staff and vendors into the building and checking the temperature of anyone entering. Those restrictions are in line with those in place at nursing homes across the country.


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