Peter D. Clark care facility studies fourth resident dying and two constructive employees exams for COVID-19

A file photo of Peter D. Clark Long-Term Care Home in Ottawa.

A fourth resident of the Peter D. Clark Lengthy-Time period Care Residence has died from COVID-19, the Metropolis of Ottawa introduced Saturday night.

One employees member on the city-operated facility has additionally died from the virus.

A media launch by Donna Grey, town’s basic supervisor of neighborhood and social companies, mentioned t

wo extra Clark employees members had examined constructive Saturday, bringing the overall variety of positives (together with those that have died) there to 20 residents and 18 employees.

“The scientific staff continues to watch the situation of all affected residents. The affected workers are at the moment in isolation at residence,” the discharge mentioned.

The media launch additionally referenced whole instances at different city-run long-term care services, together with one employees member at Centre d’accueil Champlain and three employees on the Garry J. Armstrong residence. There have been no reported constructive check outcomes for residents at both of these services or on the Carleton Lodge.