WOODLAND (CBS13) — The number of coronavirus cases at a Woodland nursing facility has nearly doubled in the week since the outbreak was announced.

According to a Yolo County spokesperson, there are now 64 coronavirus cases — 31 residents and 33 staff members — at the Stollwood Convalescent Hospital at St. John’s Retirement Village in Woodland. Six residents have died.

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On April 13, the county announced there was an outbreak of 35 cases — 23 residents and 12 staff— at the skilled nursing facility. At the time of the announcement, one resident had died from complications.

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The county says all coronavirus patients are being isolated and monitored.

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County leaders say they’re now working with the facility, isolating those who show symptoms, launching contact investigations and supplying staff with PPE.