"It was a really tough time, but the staff at Greenleaf were wonderful,” she added. “They updated us with phone calls, text messages with what was going on. It was just very comforting to know that she had health care people around her 24/7. Also, just giving it over to God helped a lot too. He calmed us and said it was in his hands and he took care of it.”
According to the AP, the assisted living announced on June 19 that they were officially coronavirus free.
As of Tuesday, there are 46,370 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Indiana and at least 2,624 have died in the state. Nationwide, there are over 2.6 million cases and 126,161 deaths, per a New York Times database.
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