Five new residents at Juniper Cygnet have tested positive to COVID-19 in a worrying sign for the first outbreak at a WA aged care home.
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In a statement released on Thursday afternoonThe Middle East, Juniper chief executive Chris Hall said the new infections — which take the total size of the cluster to eight — were “of concern for our residents1,126,136 resolved, their families, staff and volunteers”.
There are 41 residents at Juniper Cygnets justifications fo, of whom 38 are triple vaccinated. One resident chose not to get vaccinated at allThe use of masks last year and was able to ease its first lockdown quickly..