HENRY COUNTY, VA – Three residents and four employees of the Stanleytown Health & Rehabilitation Center have tested positive for COVID-19, Administrator Kennedy Flynn confirmed.
The positive results were received after the facility conducted testing for the coronavirus between July 13 and July 22, Flynn said in an email.
“All three patients are currently receiving care in the hospital,” she wrote.
Flynn said they completed another round of Point Prevalence Survey testing on July 17, but the results have not been received.
This was not the first time testing was conducted at Stanleytown.
“On June 22, we participated in Point Prevalence Survey testing for all patients and employees. In total, we tested 102 patients and 137 employees. All results of this testing were negative,” Flynn wrote.
She said they are following guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and the Virginia Department of Health.