FOLLOWUP: The latest on COVID-19 at Providence Mount St. Vincent

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We’ve reported previously on COVID-19 cases and deaths at Providence Mount St. Vincent in West Seattle. Today we have an update from The Mount’s Molly Swain:

We are grateful to share that it has been more than 4 weeks since we have had a positive case test result of COVID-19 here at The Mount. As of Monday, June 1st, we do not have any positive COVID-19 cases among residents or patients.

We are very sad to share, however, that one additional resident has passed away, for a total of 7.

There are still 8 caregivers who are positive and are recovering at home.

The Mount (4831 35th SW) is West Seattle’s largest long-term-care/assisted-living facility, with other programs on site including the Intergenerational Learning Center.

2 Replies to "FOLLOWUP: The latest on COVID-19 at Providence Mount St. Vincent"

  • J June 4, 2020 (5:35 pm)

    What a terrible disease! Thank you Mount, for all your hard work and sacrifice in fighting this virus. It sounds like it was the right decision to move ahead with a program of testing on your own, so you could appropriately isolate those that could be contagious. You have many lives under your care. Thank you for saving as many as possible. My prayers go out for those who are sick and struggling to recover, as well as grieving families and friends of those who have died. May God bless your work.

  • Kat June 5, 2020 (2:42 am)

    One of my dear friends lives there and she is clueless that lives have been lost due to COVID-19 at the Mount.The Mount does a great job of caring for the residence in every way possible.  

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