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Officials said they could neither confirm nor deny that a person who worked at both the Queen Louise Home for the Aged and the Housing Authority’s Lucinda Millin Home recently became infected with COVID-19.
Human Services Commissioner Kimberley Causey-Gomez on Thursday evening expressed grief and condolences over the COVID-19 deaths of four residents under its care at the Queen Louise Home for the Aged on St. Thomas.
Four of the 17 residents of Queen Louise Home for the Aged have died of COVID-19 in just over a week, the Department of Human Services confirmed Wednesday.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. offered a sober yet upbeat view of the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on tourism in a Zoom meeting Wednesday with Frank Comito, CEO and director general of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association.
After a few days at Schneider Regional Medical Center, the 11 residents of the Queen Louise Home for the Aged who tested positive for COVID-19 are back at home, recovering and quarantining in place, while the uninfected minority are being housed elsewhere.
Eugene Woods, former chief executive officer of the Roy L. Schneider Hospital on St. Thomas, recently testified before the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, where he shared some of the strategies his network of 41 not-for-profit hospitals has done to confront the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the Virgin Islands’ COVID-19 count rises, with 10 dead from the virus and 73 new cases since Tuesday, the Health Department has been deploying contact tracers in an effort to stop the spread.