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A person living at a senior living center in Goodyear tested positive for COVID-19, the facility announced Thursday. 

The resident of The Groves was taken to the hospital because of an elevated temperature on Sunday, March 22 and was tested on Wednesday. 

The person remains hospitalized but is doing well, a spokesperson for The Groves said. 

No other residents or employees have reported feeling ill. 

The community has already changed its procedures amid the coronavirus pandemic, as people 65 and older are at a higher risk for severe complications from the disease

Visitors are not allowed at The Groves, but family members can drop off essential supplies with a staff member outside the community

All residents are also being asked to stay in their apartments. The dining room is closed, and the residents are getting their meals delivered. 


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