According to Wheeler, the man is in his 50s who had recently traveled. Wheeler added the resident is currently in isolation at his home and doing well.
"I think this is a wake-up call for all of us to be much more diligent in our social distancing," Wheeler said. "I'm very proud of the job Shenandoah has done so far."
Wheeler suggested that residents avoid grouping up with people outside of their immediate families and to maintain a social distance of six feet.
"We have to be responsible for ourselves," Wheeler said. "We have to govern ourselves. We don't need somebody to put a policy in place to be responsible, we can do this ourselves. Let's keep up the good work."