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For Immediate Release
October 30, 2020
Kate Flavin


Two more COVID-19 Clusters Identified at Reflection Living Adult Care Homes

(Sedgwick County, Kan.) – Sedgwick County has partnered with Reflection Living to jointly provide an update on newly identified clusters at two of their facilities. 

Reflection Living
Pearl House – 625 S. Maize Ct, Wichita, KS
Hidden Lakes – 550 S. Circle Lake Rd, Wichita, KS

  • 14 total cases (two staff, 12 residents) have been identified. 
  • All residents have been tested, and all staff are currently being tested.

“According to experts, older adults with or without pre-existing chronic conditions are at higher risk of COVID-19 infection and are also more likely to have severe cases requiring intubation, ventilator support, and intensive care,” said Adrienne Byrne, Sedgwick County Health Department Director. “We continue to utilize CDC and KDHE toolkits for long-term care recommendations and resident and staff safety.”

Sedgwick County investigates reports of notifiable diseases, like COVID-19. If a case is identified in an adult care home, Sedgwick County recommends that the facility isolate any symptomatic people away from other residents. Residents and staff are tested, either by the Health Department at no cost or through the facility. The facility monitors all residents and staff for symptoms. The Health Department works with the facility to ensure all close contacts are identified and are properly quarantined or isolated.