Coronavirus: 15 dead at Sterling Oaks rehab in Katy as part of outbreak – KTRK-TV

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“We are a glamorous community concentrated on Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Services. We provide Short Stay and Extended Care services,” the website mentioned.
Entering the day, Harris County and Houston have actually counted a combined 86,563 validated cases with 905 deaths.

According to HCPH, officials began checking out the center located on Lakecrest Manor Drive on July 3, when 2 individuals tested positive for the infection.
The agency said it is actively keeping an eye on 88 homeowners and staff members for the infection, along with an additional case thats beyond HCPHs jurisdiction.
Sterling Oaks was put under orders by HCPH “to make sure compliance with infection control & & prevention, to track viral transmission of infection causing COVID-19 and COVID-19 related deaths. HCPH is continuing to work with HHSC and other state entities in this examination.”
The Sterling Oaks site specifies that the facility houses 126 beds on 61,000 square feet.

KATY, Texas (KTRK)– Health officials have counted 15 people dead at a rehabilitation facility in Katy that is being examined for a COVID-19 outbreak.
Harris County Public Health released details on the Sterling Oaks Rehabilitation Facility, where, as of Tuesday, 6 of the deaths were confirmed coming from the coronavirus. The remaining nine are pending medical record review, the agency added.