MOORHEAD — A Sanford nurse practitioner or physician who visited patients at a Moorhead senior care facility has tested positive for coronavirus.
Sanford Health confirmed in a statement Friday night, March 27, that a provider who had contact with patients and staff at Eventide on Eighth tested positive for coronavirus infection.
The senior care facility is now taking precautions including monitoring residents and prohibiting them from leaving their rooms for several days. Visitors have already been barred from entering the facility.
As of Friday night, no residents of Eventide have tested positive for coronavirus. The Minnesota Department of Health has asked Eventide to alert families of residents.
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