According to KCRG TV-9, "Several Four Oaks staff members tested positive for COVID-19 and are now self-isolating."

The positive test results were revealed on Friday, April 25th. Now, testing is being done on other employees at Four Oaks as well as any youth that may have been around those that tested positive.

The campus at Four Oaks is closed to visitors and the organization has been following precautions and procedures laid out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Linn County Public Health, and the Iowa Department of Human Services. Chief Advocacy Officer Debbie Craig said, "we are working closely with Linn County Public Health and are not disclosing specific details to protect the healthcare privacy of the staff and residents".

To learn more, visit this link.

Four Oaks works with troubled youth and has been a very important part of our community. We wish them the best in these trying times.

[Source: KCRG]

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