Cherokee County Health & Rehab Administrator Brad Hinton holds a “Heroes Work Here” sign in front of the long-term care facility.
Hinton said CCHRC employees are all heroes working to keep residents safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. On Tuesday morning, several employees lined up six feet apart at the facility entrance for prayer with the Rev. Melvyn Salter, CCHRC chaplain.
CCHRC, which has 169 residents, employs 315 people