Resident COVID positive number now at 80 at Marshall County nursing home

MARSHALL COUNTY, W.Va. — By the day before Thanksgiving, an outbreak of COVID-19 at a nursing home in Marshall County had grown to include most of the residents.

Reporting from Stonerise Moundsville, previously known as Mound View, showed 80 of the facility’s 85 residents had tested positive.

As of Thursday morning, those numbers were not yet reflected in statewide long-term care case tracking from the state Department of Health and Human Resources.

Stonerise information showed, in all, 47 of 101 patients were COVID positive as of Thursday at Stonerise Clarksburg; 62 of 93 patients at Stonerise Keyser; and eight out of 99 at Stonerise Kingwood.

Other sites with at least one positive case included those in Bridgeport, Charleston, Lewisburg, Martinsburg and Morgantown.

Staff positive numbers for Stonerise were not available.

Stonerise officials said employees at all facilities, which remained closed to visitation, were continuing to follow infection control policies and had support from the West Virginia National Guard.





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