BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Nursing and rehabilitation centers in the Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach remain among the facilities with the most COVID-19 infections in the State of Florida.
In the latest report released by the Florida Department of Health — which we should mention is now accused of suppressing data — the infection counts do not appear to be abating. The numbers that follow are current — not cumulative.
Avante of Boca Raton: 10 infected residents, 5 residents transferred out, 10 infected staffers.
Boynton Beach Rehabilitation Center: 2 infected residents, 3 infected staffers.
Heartland Healthcare of Boca Raton: 19 infected residents, 6 residents transferred out, 7 infected staffers.
Heartland Healthcare of Boynton Beach: 11 infected residents, 1 infected staffer.
Health Center at Sinai Residences: 0 infected residents, 3 infected staff members.
Lake View Care Center at Delray: 7 infected residents, 6 infected staffers.
Manorcare Health Services: 6 infected residents, 2 infected staffers.
Manorcare Health of Boynton: 9 infected residents, 0 infected staffers.
Regents Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Boca Raton: 8 infected residents, 16 infected staff members.
Renaissance Health and Rehabilitation: 0 infected residents, 16 residents transferred out, 6 infected staff members.
Sonata Boca Raton: 2 infected residents, 0 infected staffers.
Sonata Boynton Beach: 3 infected residents, 3 transferred residents, 0 staffers.
Stratford Court of Boca Raton: 2 infected residents, 7 residents transferred out, 8 infected staffers.
The Meridian at Boca Raton: 1 infected residents, 2 residents transferred out, 5 infected staffers.
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