A suburban nursing home in Kirkland, Washington made headlines as the center of the country’s first deadly outbreak of COVID-19. Since the first positive test at the Life Care Center on February 28, the virus has spread to nearly two-thirds of its population.

Geneva Wood spent much of the winter there, recovering from a stroke. Just days before she was supposed to go home, COVID-19 put the facility on lockdown. Three days later, Wood experienced a spiking fever.

“I didn’t know that I had the virus until I had the virus. I had no symptoms of it before,” Wood told CBN News.

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