News BREAKING NEWS: Outbreak of COVID-19 at Timmins long-term care home *UPDATED* SHARE ON: Bob McIntyre, staff Tuesday, May. 5th, 2020 Golden Manor Home for the Aged. (Bob McIntyre, MyTimminsNow.com staff) *UPDATED 4:45pm FRIDAY, MAY 8** Second and third tests come back negative. Resident remains in isolation, Golden Manor awaiting direction from PHU on whether it can lift outbreak designation. A fourth home for senior citizens in Timmins has been declared the site of a COVID-19 outbreak. The city-owned Golden Manor has registered one positive test in a resident. The Porcupine Health Unit says that person hasn’t shown any symptoms. The virus was detected during testing of all residents and staff, as dictated by Premier Doug Ford. Local medical officer Dr. Lianne Catton says the risk of further spread is low. Golden Manor is a 177-bed long term care facility. Earlier, outbreaks were declared at Extendicare Timmins, St. Mary’s Manor and Spruce Hill Lodge.