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Woman dies of covid-19 in Hudsonville assisted living center

Posted at 5:58 PM, Apr 09, 2020

HUDSONVILLE, Mich. — A Hudsonville assisted living center says a resident passed away from coronavirus, Wednesday.

Sheldon Meadows Assisted Living Center says a woman living in their community was diagnosed with the virus on Friday, April, 3rd.

They say she passed away 5 days later on Wednesday, April 8th.

Sheldon Meadows Assisted Living did not release her name, but they did say they are continuing to follow safety measures.

In a statement, Lauren Gowman, Director of Operations for Heritage Property Management said, “We understand this pandemic has caused a great deal of disruption and angst for every one of us – whether in our senior communities or in our own homes. We want to assure you that we will continue to be transparent and communicative as we adapt our processes. The health and well-being of our residents and staff is our highest priority.”

Sheldon Meadows says they have 3 residents and 4 staff members have tested positive for coronavirus. One additional staff member is still waiting for test results.