LIVERMORE, CA — About 50 residents and at least 14 staff at Livermore assisted living facilities have been sickened by the coronavirus.
Outbreaks have been reported at two local facilities — Quail Garden and The Watermark at Rosewood Gardens. The Watermark at Rosewood Gardens has not responded to a request for comment.
The Livermore sites are among nine Tri-Valley assisted living facilities that have seen COVID-19 outbreaks, four of which remain active, according to state data from Sunday, the most recent day for which data was available as of Monday. At least 123 residents have been sickened and eight have died as a result. At least 75 workers have been sickened in the outbreaks, but none have died.
Those numbers could be even higher, as the state Department of Social Services does not provide exact case count and death totals in facilities with fewer than 11 cases or deaths to…