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First COVID-19 positive isolation nursing home to open in Meriden

According to Apple Rehab, its Westfield-Meriden facility that closed in November due to financial difficulties, will reopen to house the patients.
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MERIDEN, Conn. — Apple Rehab officials took to Facebook to announce it is opening Connecticut's first coronavirus positive isolation nursing home in Meriden.

"We’re building a team of the best of the best to beat this virus," officials said in the Facebook post.

According to Apple Rehab, its Westfield-Meriden facility that closed in November due to financial difficulties, will reopen to house the patients.

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Officials are looking for help to join their team.

"Our staff will have the best protection and training with pay to match," they said.

Interested individuals can send a resume to careers@apple-rehab.com and schedule a virtual interview.

Click here for more information about the openings, including pay.