Pennington Life Center closed due to COVID outbreak

A COVID-19 outbreak has been reported at the William N. Pennington Life Center.

A COVID-19 outbreak has been reported at the William N. Pennington Life Center.

The William N. Pennington Life Center has been determined to be in a current COVID-19 outbreak with more than two positive cases and an inability to identify all contacts.
Effective last Friday, the Life Center will be closed for all indoor activities and meals. According to county spokeswoman Anne McMillin, to ensure patrons receive nutritious meals and access to food, hot meals will be provided via drive-through from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday – Friday, excluding major holidays (Thanksgiving). The indoor closure will be in effect through Dec. 3, with all activities resuming on Dec. 6.
McMillin said Life Center will be open for the craft fair on Dec. 4.
Anyone who is unvaccinated and was at the Life Center between Nov. 11-18 is urged to quarantine and test on the sixth day after your last visit to the center McMillin said any patrons who are vaccinated and start to have symptoms, they are urged to get tested. For questions regarding testing, quarantine or symptoms, call the Churchill County Public Health Department at (775)423-6695, option 2.
For other questions, call the Life Center at 775-423-7096.
 

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