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Coronavirus outbreak reported at California nursing home after 30 patients, 'some staff' test positive

FOXNews.com Monday, 6 April 2020
Dozens of patients have tested positive for coronavirus at a nursing home in California, health officials announced Sunday as they warned that "more and more of these outbreaks" will happen in the community. 
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