Inside the Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center just outside Richmond, Virginia, — where 49 people have died from the novel coronavirus in less than a month, Dr. Jim Wright heard a sound that had been missing for many weeks — laughter. “I was actually walking to my office, [and] I walked past the first group activities we’ve had in six weeks,” said Wright, the longtime medical director at the nursing facility. “There’s signs of life. Things are springing up again.” The moment of levity came during a meeting of Canterbury’s current affairs interest group, where surviving residents were relieved to open the newspaper and find, finally, that the coverage was not about their home. For weeks, the 165-resident facility dominated headlines as the death toll inside rose higher and higher. At one point, it was one of the deadliest spots in the nation’s fast-moving pandemic. Tune into ABC at 1 p.m. ET and ABC News Live at 4 p.m. ET every weekday for special coverage of the novel coronavirus with the full ABC News team, including the latest news, context and analysis. In a lengthy interview with ABC News, the man who oversaw medical care inside the home throughout the

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