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Adelaide Place outbreak lifted, Caressant Care outbreak declared due to one positive test

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An outbreak designation has been lifted at Adelaide Place Retirement Community in Lindsay, due to lab error testing, while an outbreak has begun at Caressant Care, also in Lindsay.

The outbreak was declared at Adelaide Place May 1 when an asymptomatic resident had been tested as part of the routine practice for new residents and that test came back as positive for COVID-19. The same day the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit declared the outbreak, it was notified that a lab error may have resulted in the false-positive test result for the one individual at Adelaide Place.

The resident was re-swabbed and today the results were returned showing the person did not have COVID-19.

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Lab error may have created inaccurate local COVID-19 results

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Residents and staff from two long-term care homes are going to be retested after the local health unit was notified that a lab error may have resulted in false positive COVID-19 results for 13 area residents.

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Life and death of Munroe Scott

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Life and death of Munroe Scott

When he was in his late 60s, Leonard Cohen said I don’t think much about death, but in a certain stage in your life it becomes very clear that your time is not unlimited.” I thought about this when I heard that Munroe Scott had recently died at Adelaide Place in Lindsay at 92, “peacefully in his sleep” as his obituary read. He had been battling cancer prior to the end of his third act.

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Lindsay’s prestigious Adelaide Place to proceed with phase two of development

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Lindsay’s prestigious Adelaide Place to proceed with phase two of development

In a well-attended ceremony earlier this week, Lindsay’s prestigious Adelaide Place broke ground on its second phase.

To be ready within a year and a half to two years, the new development represents a $32 million dollar investment in the community which has been operating its first phase since January 2011. The project is also expected to create more than 150 short-term construction and skilled labour positions and employ a total of 75 full and part-time employees when it is fully operational.

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