After battling COVID-19 inside the facility since the first cases appeared July 14, Kruse Village is now reporting zero cases.

Coy Fontenot, Kruse Village executive director, announced in a press release Monday that all 22 staff members who tested positive have recovered and returned to work. Of the 30 residents who caught the disease, 22 have made a recovery while eight passed away.

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