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COVID-19 outbreak declared over at Elisabeth Bruyere Residence
OTTAWA -- The COVID-19 outbreak has been declared over at the Elisabeth Bruyere Residence.
Ottawa Public Health’s daily summary of COVID-19 outbreaks in Ottawa institutions shows the COVID-19 outbreak at the long-term care home ended on Friday.
According to Ottawa Public Health, 27 residents at Elisabeth Bruyere Residence tested positive for COVID-19, and 15 residents died due to COVID-19.
Seven staff members at Elisabeth Bruyere Residence tested positive for the virus.
The first case of COVID-19 was confirmed at Elisabeth Bruyere Residence on April 16.
There are 71 beds at the Elisabeth Bruyere Residence, located near the ByWard Market.
There is still a COVID-19 outbreak at the Saint-Louis Residence, also operated by Bruyere.
According to Ottawa Public Health, 36 residents have tested positive for COVID-19, and nine residents have died due to COVID-19. Eighteen staff members have tested positive for novel coronavirus.
The Ottawa Public Health report included the incorrect spelling for Elisabeth Bruyere Residence. The story has been corrected with the correct spelling.