Skyview Rehab and Nursing confirms 59 COVID-19 cases
The Lord Fairfax Health District (LFHD) is continuing to assist and monitor the response to a COVID-19 outbreak at Skyview Rehab and Nursing in Page County. At this time, 59 residents have tested positive for COVID-19, though not all have developed symptoms. Several initially sent to hospitals have been able to return to the facility.
The Skyview staff continues to provide compassionate care to all residents and coordinate with the proper health organizations. The community has rallied to assist with supplies, personal protective equipment, food and overall encouragement, including a drive-by parade this past weekend. No deaths related to COVID-19 have been reported in the facility.
Family members inquiring about loved ones in the facility should call 540-743-4571 and ask to speak with Charleen Pettit, who will be able to provide a daily status update.
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