A longterm care dwelling in Langley has joined the list of care facilities in British Columbia with COVID-19 situations.

Fraser Health Authority verified these days (March 31) that a employees member at Langley Lodge, owned by the Langley Care Society, has been identified with COVID-19 and is in self-isolation at dwelling.

A Fraser Health SWAT staff is at the site as inhabitants and family members are becoming knowledgeable about the problem.

Fraser Health and employees are doing the job in the direction of determining any one who could have been uncovered and are implementing actions to safeguard employees, inhabitants, and family members, including enhanced cleansing and an infection-command actions.

Team and resident motion at the facility has been restricted, and website visitors have been confined to crucial visits. All employees and inhabitants will be screened twice a working day.

Beforehand on March 27, Fraser Health verified that a employees member at Elim Village (The Harrison), owned by the Elim Christian Care Society, and a group wellness worker at Chartwell Unbiased Dwelling at Langley Gardens, owned by Chartwell Retirement Residences, had been identified with COVID-19.

The same actions described higher than for Langley Lodge were being carried out at these locations.

On March 30, B.C. verified there were being 13 longterm care homes impacted in the province.