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The last two days, staff and residents, are all being tested at Generations in Rock Island, a long-term care facility.
Generations has between 90 and 100 residents at the home with approximately 68 employees.
Two weeks ago it reported that it had 29 positive COVID-19 tests at the site, with 17 residents and 12 staff testing positive. In addition, seven residents had died there from COVID-19. The only change in those numbers is one additional staff member testing positive.
Terry Schilling, the son of Bobby Schilling, said Thursday he would be taking over his father's campaign after Bobby Schilling announced his cancer diagnosis on Wednesday.
The doors were reopened at Bling Bling Sisters and regular customers returned.
The Rock Island County Health department reported 13 new COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the total number to 665 in the county. Currently, 20 patients are hospitalized. The total number of deaths remains at 25.
Hope Creek Care Center will not be sold to Aperion Care.
DRURY TOWNSHIP, Ill. — Just about five miles outside of Muscatine in the Drury Township of Rock Island County, one local cemetery has decided …