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Trinity Living Center to reopen Nov. 4

By October 27, 2020No Comments
A outdoor sign that reads "Trinity Living Center/Lutheran Services Carolinas"

Because a participant tested positive for COVID-19, Trinity Living Center in Salisbury will be closed until Wednesday, November 4 as staff and participants complete a 14-day quarantine.

Trinity Living Center, which provides adult day services, has remained open throughout the pandemic to serve clients and families.

“We are looking forward to re-opening our program and serving our participants again,” said Christina Joyce, the center’s executive director. “We will continue to work with the Rowan County Health Department as we make safety our number one priority, as we have over the past six months of the pandemic.”

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