Ten of the 60 residents at Lee County Health Care came down with it. The home has signs posted warning visitors about the virus.
The facility also checked with the health department to make sure they were doing the right things to limit exposure to the virus.
They've encouraged residents to stay in their rooms and discouraged any large gatherings.
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