A resident at Horizon Health & Subacute Center in northeast Fresno was diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease in late December 2016. Cases of Legionnaires’ disease have been increasing in the county and nationwide.
A resident at Horizon Health & Subacute Center in northeast Fresno was diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease in late December 2016. Cases of Legionnaires’ disease have been increasing in the county and nationwide. BARBARA ANDERSON banderson@fresnobee.com
A resident at Horizon Health & Subacute Center in northeast Fresno was diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease in late December 2016. Cases of Legionnaires’ disease have been increasing in the county and nationwide. BARBARA ANDERSON banderson@fresnobee.com

Legionnaires’ disease diagnosed in Fresno nursing home patient

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