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Three quarters of residents at a San Antonio nursing home test positive for COVID-19; five dead

NaturalNews.com Tuesday, 7 April 2020
(Natural News) A San Antonio nursing home has been hit hard by coronavirus in a case that serves as a sobering reminder of just how much damage the disease can cause. At the Southeast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 14 people were infected with coronavirus on Wednesday. By Thursday, it had emerged that 66 residents there...
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