42 now dead at Virginia nursing facility with coronavirus outbreak

Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Henrico County, Virginia. (WSLS 10)

HENRICO COUNTY, Va.UPDATE: April 13

Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center announced Monday that in total, 42 people have died in connection with the outbreak at the center.

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There are still 84 Canterbury residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus, while 35 have tested negative.


UPDATE: April 9

Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center announced Thursday that six more people have died in the past day, bringing the total to 39.

There currently are 84 Canterbury residents who have tested positive for the coronavirus.

That group is receiving treatment either at a regional hospital or onsite at Canterbury.

Many COVID-19 positive residents are asymptomatic carriers showing no sign of being ill, while others are experiencing symptoms of the virus ranging from severe to mild, according to the center.

Thirty-five Canterbury residents have tested negative for COVID-19.

All Canterbury staff members have been tested for the virus and 25 Canterbury healthcare workers have tested positive with some test results remain outstanding.


UPDATE: April 7

Canterbury announced Tuesday that four more people have died in the past day, bringing the total to 32.

49 residents are experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms, ranging from severe to mild, while 25 residents have tested negative.


More people living at a Henrio County long-term care facility have died after contracting the coronavirus.

Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center announced Monday that 28 people who tested positive have died as part of the outbreak at the center.

In total, 88 Canterbury residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are receiving treatment either at a regional hospital or, per guidance from the Henrico County Health Department, onsite at Canterbury, according to the center.

All Canterbury staff members have been tested for COVID-19.

So far, 25 Canterbury health care workers have tested positive, while some test results remain outstanding.