“We set up some rooms to be negative pressure rooms, and the way the building is set up we had an isolated wing that we planned to move patients on to if we had a patient with a positive case,” said Kelli Nance, the director of nursing at the center. “We had those rooms set up and had isolation gear in the area, so that if we had a positive, it wouldn’t take much time to move everyone off that unit and move the positive resident onto it.”

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