CLOSE According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, here are some steps you can take if you think you have coronavirus. USA TODAYKIRKLAND, WASHINGTON — Charlie Campbell bent to the window at the nursing home and waved to his father, quarantined inside.Eugene Campbell, 89, waved back from his bed inside the Life Care Center.First, the elder Campbell had suffered a stroke. After a 10-day hospital stay, he was transferred to Life Care for physical and occupational therapy, but on March 4, something potentially even more dangerous was spreading through the halls of the nursing home: Coronavirus.Charlie Campbell, who lives in New Mexico, hadn’t seen his dad in weeks, and now he couldn’t even hold his hand, give him a hug. Eugene Campbell was the kind of guy who never got sick, and now he was locked inside a nursing home at the epicenter of the COVID-19 infection just outside Seattle.”We said, ‘we know they’re on lockdown.’ We weren’t even going to try to get in. We knew where his window was, and so we went to the window and knocked on the window and got his attention,” Charlie Campbell said. “Because of his dementia, he didn’t really know what was going


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