‘He’s at peace,’ says sister of man whose death is tied to COVID-19 outbreak at long-term care home

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A Brandon woman is mourning the loss of her brother, whose death has been linked to a COVID-19 outbreak at the Manitoba Developmental Centre.

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A Brandon woman is mourning the loss of her brother, whose death has been linked to a COVID-19 outbreak at the Manitoba Developmental Centre.

Mabel Ramsey says her brother Ronald Starzyk, 62, died on Nov. 26 after testing positive for the virus — just four days after the outbreak was declared.

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Ronald Starzyk died after testing positive for COVID-19 last month. He lived in the Lawnview ward at the Manitoba Developmental Centre in Portage la Prairie, where there's currently an outbreak. (Mabel Ramsay/Facbook)
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