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Grand JiVante CEO Korey DeBerg meets with Martha Burton, PTA, to discuss therapy options being provided to residents of the facility.

COVID-19 continues to infect residents within the walls of Ackley’s Grand JiVante, but things are starting to look up according to CEO Korey DeBerg. On Friday DeBerg explained that since the first infection of a resident in late October, 73 percent of the 48 residents have contracted the virus.

The good news, DeBerg explains, is that 16 of those (nearly 46 percent) have recovered. The remaining 18 residents with the virus are showing more mild cases and DeBerg expects to be able to announce another six recoveries within days.

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