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COVID Clusters found at three welfare facilities for people with disabilities in Shimane Prefecture

Five people were found to be infected at a welfare facility for the disabled in the jurisdiction of the Masuda Public Health Center, 10 at a welfare facility for the elderly in Izumo City, and 10 at a welfare facility for the elderly in the jurisdiction of the Hamada Public Health Center.

From TBS

December 31st 2022

SHIMANE – Shimane Prefecture announced that three new cluster outbreaks were confirmed on December 31st 2022

Five people were found to be infected at a welfare facility for the disabled in the jurisdiction of the Masuda Public Health Center, 10 at a welfare facility for the elderly in Izumo City, and 10 at a welfare facility for the elderly in the jurisdiction of the Hamada Public Health Center.

The number of outbreaks in the prefecture now totals 940 cases.

1 comment on “COVID Clusters found at three welfare facilities for people with disabilities in Shimane Prefecture

  1. Pingback: Shimane Prefecture’s End-Of-Year Care Home COVID Woes – Barrier Free Japan

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