Two cases of Legionnaires' Disease have been reported at a nursing home in The Bronx.

The state Health department says two residents at the Plaza Rehab and Nursing Center have become ill.

The facility has implemented water restrictions, so cooling towers can be tested for the legionella bacteria.

"I'm sure they've done the best they can once they found out, but you know what finding out is not the problem, cause you find out today, it could have happened 3-4 days ago. Who knows how many people used the water or facilities since then."

A cluster of Legionnaires' was recently reported in Queens.

Fifteen cases were confirmed last month in Flushing.

The form of pneumonia can be spread through water, including mist or water vapor. 

Symptoms include fever, coughing, chills and aches.

It's not contagious, but can be deadly if not treated.

In 2015, an outbreak in the Bronx killed 12 people.