Jayleen Richards, the Solano County public health administrator who confirmed the number of infections at the facility, as of Monday morning, did not have an update on the conditions of the infected patients.
A representative at the facility on Monday told The Chronicle that all further communications regarding the outbreak would go through the Solano County Public Health Department.
The patients who tested positive were isolated from the other members the facility; while the staff members who are infected were sent home to recover.
“We have been working closely with the facility and a plan has been developed,” Richards told The Chronicle.
County officials began testing at the 166-bed facility last week after receiving reports of possible infections, recording 18 confirmed coronavirus cases on Friday. That number surged over the weekend.
Solano County has registered 320 COVID-19 cases in total, with 175 of those reported in Vallejo.
Windsor Vallejo Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, which is part of a chain of 35 skilled nursing and assisted living facilities in California, joins a list of nearly 300 similar senior care centers around the state that have been hit by the coronavirus.
The Medicare inspection report from the Department of Health and Human Services gave Windsor Vallejo a “much below average” health inspection rating on its most recent report, issued on April 12, which included a total of 23 health citations.
Aidin Vaziri is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email: [email protected]