Woman says she was not told uncle was moved to COVID-19 wing at nursing home

Woman says she was not told uncle was moved to COVID-19 wing at nursing home

CONCORD, N.C. — A woman, who did not want to be identified, said she is frustrated, because she was not told her uncle was moved to the COVID-19 wing of a Concord nursing home after testing positive.

Her uncle lives at the Brian Center.

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“Not doing too well,” she said about her uncle’s condition. “And I’m not able to see him so basically, I really don’t know what’s going on right now.”

Statement from the Brian Center:

“We understand this is an unsettling and scary time for families and greatly appreciate their concern. We are communicating with residents’ family members to keep them informed about the measures the center is taking to provide care for residents while keeping them updated on any significant changes to their loved ones’ condition.”

In the video at the top of this webpage, reporter Mark Becker addresses families’ concerns about facilities, such as the Brian Center.

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