Outbreak at Rosslyn Retirement Residence claims another life
Article from The Spec:
The toll the virus can take was painfully clear Monday as another resident has died in the outbreak at Rosslyn Retirement Residence, bringing Hamilton’s death toll to 33.
Lionel LeCouter died Monday morning, reports the family of the 85-year-old great-great-grandfather, who said his goodbyes last week from a hospital bed via video chat.
Seven seniors have now died in the outbreak that saw 64 residents and 20 staff infected in under a week. The retirement home on King Street East had to be evacuated on May 15 and temporarily shut down.
Two of the deaths from the Rosslyn were reported over the weekend, including an 84-year-old man who died May 20 and a 79-year-old woman who died May 22.
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