Between six and 10 residents have tested positive for Covid-19 at GranVida Senior Living and Memory Care.

As of July 10, six residents at GranVida Senior Living and Memory Care had tested positive for Covid-19, according to the Santa Barbara News-Press. On Tuesday, July 28, the state of California’s Department of Social Services confirmed less than 11 cases and no deaths at the Carpinteria Avenue assisted-living facility. 

GranVida has 77 housing units and can accommodate up to 85 residents, though it currently is only caring for 50 adults. The facility has begun weekly testing and established an isolation wing for Covid-19 positive residents, according to the News-Press.

Calls to GranVida were not returned. 


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