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COVID-19 outbreak at Premier Estates of Toledo in Tama County over

Officials with the Iowa Department of Public Health are encouraging long-term care facilities to protect residents from COVID-19. Officials with the department say they're committed to taking critical steps "to ensure long term care facility residents are protected from communicable diseases, including Novel Coronavirus [COVID-19]." (MGN Image)
Officials with the Iowa Department of Public Health are encouraging long-term care facilities to protect residents from COVID-19. Officials with the department say they're committed to taking critical steps "to ensure long term care facility residents are protected from communicable diseases, including Novel Coronavirus [COVID-19]." (MGN Image)(KWQC)
Published: May. 22, 2020 at 3:01 PM CDT
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Recovery at Long Term Care facilities is progressing. On Friday, the state removed Premier Estates of Toledo from its list of outbreaks.

Staff at the facility in Tama County tested in an effort to mitigate the spread. Long Term Care centers must have no new cases for 28 days, or two cycles of the virus, before the state considers their outbreak 'over'.

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