TURLOCK (CBS13) — A total of nine either current or former residents of a Turlock nursing facility have died after a large coronavirus outbreak.

The outbreak at the Turlock Nursing And Rehabilitation Center is one of the largest in California. Along with the 9 deaths, as of Tuesday, the facility confirms that 73 residents and 36 staff members have tested positive for COVID-19.

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To deal with the outbreak, the nursing home has divided the facility into a wing devoted to residents who have tested positive for coronavirus and one for those who have tested negative.

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Staff and essential medical personnel are also continuing to be screened before they can enter the facility.

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The nursing home’s outbreak represents a sizable portion of the confirmed coronavirus cases in Stanislaus County. As of Tuesday evening, county officials say there are 433 positive cases and 15 recorded deaths.