COVID-19 cases also spike in Salt Lake County homeless centers – KSL.com

SALT LAKE CITY– After months of keeping COVID-19 mainly at bay, Salt Lake County homeless centers are seeing another spike in cases– along with other locations in the state of Utah.This week, Salt Lake County authorities reported 93 active favorable cases from Salt Lake Valley homeless shelters, consisting of about 70 cases from the Gail Miller Resource Center, 242 W. Paramount Ave., and about 20 cases from the Rescue Mission, 463 S. 400 West, according to Salt Lake County health officials.The outbreak in the county homeless population comes the exact same week the state of Utah has actually seen a streak of record-breaking days for COVID-19 cases, the latest record high on Friday with 1,411 verified cases. In April, 94 guys remaining evaluated favorable at the 300-bed South Salt Lake Mens Resource Center, 3380 S. 1000 West.Just as officials did in that outbreak, the 200-bed mixed gender Gail Miller Resource Center is now not accepting new customers, and all clients who were exposed to COVID-19 were offered beds at Salt Lake County quarantine and isolation centers, which county authorities have actually declined to disclose. Of all present hospitalizations, none are homeless, according to the report.The “silver lining,” as Salt Lake County Deputy Mayor Erin Litvack put it when she briefed the Salt Lake County Council on Tuesday, is big testing occasions at other homeless resource centers consisting of the Geraldine E. King Womens Resource Center have not returned favorable outcomes.

SALT LAKE CITY– After months of keeping COVID-19 mostly at bay, Salt Lake County homeless centers are seeing another spike in cases– along with other locations in the state of Utah.This week, Salt Lake County authorities reported 93 active positive cases from Salt Lake Valley homeless shelters, including about 70 cases from the Gail Miller Resource Center, 242 W. Paramount Ave., and about 20 cases from the Rescue Mission, 463 S. 400 West, according to Salt Lake County health officials.The outbreak in the county homeless population comes the exact same week the state of Utah has actually seen a streak of record-breaking days for COVID-19 cases, the latest record high on Friday with 1,411 confirmed cases. In April, 94 males staying checked positive at the 300-bed South Salt Lake Mens Resource Center, 3380 S. 1000 West.Just as authorities did in that break out, the 200-bed blended gender Gail Miller Resource Center is now not accepting brand-new customers, and all customers who were exposed to COVID-19 were provided beds at Salt Lake County quarantine and seclusion centers, which county officials have actually declined to disclose. Of all present hospitalizations, none are homeless, according to the report.The “silver lining,” as Salt Lake County Deputy Mayor Erin Litvack put it when she briefed the Salt Lake County Council on Tuesday, is big testing occasions at other homeless resource centers consisting of the Geraldine E. King Womens Resource Center have actually not returned favorable outcomes.

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