Eight residents at a Connecticut nursing home have died in a COVID-19 flare-up at the office in under seven weeks, administrators said.

67 residents and 22 staff members at Geer Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in North Canaan have tried positive for the infection since Sept. 30, administrators said in a statement Friday.

Unfortunately, we have lost 8 residents with genuine hidden health issues to Covid, the nursing home said. We are urged to see 69 staff and residents previously recuperated and coming off isolation.

A sum of 48 residents and 21 staff members have since recuperated at the office, which is currently being observed by the state Department of Public Health.

Family members of residents in long haul care offices ought to likewise support their friends and family being really focused on in these offices to get a booster vaccine, a DPS representative told the station.

Of the 89 individuals contaminated, 87 staff members and residents were completely vaccinated at the nursing home, which houses just 70 residents, detailed.

All staff at the office are proceeding to wear veils while rehearsing uplifted disease control procedures, a statement on its website reads.

Likewise, we are pleased that close to 100% of our staff have decided to become vaccinated, the statement proceeded. Unfortunately, absolutely no part of this is an assurance there are reports of vaccinated people testing positive for Covid.

All in-person visits at the nursing home are suspended in the midst of the flare-up, however family members can set up virtual meetings or meet friends and family through a window. Geer Village initially reported three positive cases among residents and staff who were completely vaccinated on Oct. 3.

Geer Village Senior Community’s first concern is the health and security of our residents and employees, the nursing home said Friday. We urge the local area to connect with questions. On the off chance that your adored one should test positive or become indicative of Covid-19, we will advise you right away.

Residents and employees can have a booster chance once the office has gone fourteen days with practically no new cases, administrators said.

Somewhere around 8,826 individuals in Connecticut have died from COVID-19 as of Tuesday, as indicated by Johns Hopkins University data. Around 71% of the states residents have been completely vaccinated.