Eleven residents at an assisted living facility in Anderson have died after contracting COVID-19, Indiana State Health Commissioner Kristina Box announced Monday.
Box, speaking at the state’s daily press conference, said more than 20 people at Bethany Pointe Health Campus had tested positive for the coronavirus, including three employees. Two of those employees are in critical condition.
The facility, 1707 Bethany Road, is owned by Louisville-based Trilogy Health Services.
Another nursing home in Indiana that had a similar outbreak announced Monday that three more residents have died, bringing the total number of resident deaths to four.
Otterbein Franklin SeniorLife Community in Franklin announced April 1 that an 87-year-old woman had died of the virus. The latest deaths involved a 94-year-old male, a 76-year-old male and a 77-year-old female. All had underlying health conditions.
Twenty-two residents and 17 employees or contractors at the facility have tested positive for the virus.
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I hope Dr. Box and her staff are doing consistent and frequent inspections of LTC facilities in Anderson and Madison County. I can’t check on my parents living at Crown Pointe Anderson like I want to, since lock down began on 3/13/2020. I have no other way of knowing if staff there is adhering to CDC guidelines. I suspect staff in the community work at multiple LTC facilities. I do know this facility had no thermometer for several days and I had to deliver one to Mom so she could check her and Dad herself. No idea who was checking the people coming in and out each day or the other residents.
Best wishes to you and your parents Barbara.