CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

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December 22, 2022

In Personal Care, we have confirmed that 2 more individuals are positive for COVID-19. Both of these individuals were symptomatic causing us to presume that their tests would be positive.  One team member in Personal Care has tested positive. One additional residential living resident has tested positive as well.

Personal Care – We are continuing to suspend meal service in the dining room and all group activities through Saturday. We will continue to evaluate between now and then but will have a physically distanced Christmas meal in the dining room with residents on Christmas day for those who are in the community.

We ask families wishing to visit or take residents out of the facility between now and then to use caution. While visiting in the facility, families MUST wear a face mask at all times while in common areas. While it is not required to continue wearing one while in the resident’s room, it is strongly recommended at this time. When taking the resident out of the facility, it is recommended that they avoid large gatherings as COVID-19 transmission is increasing throughout Lancaster County again.

Memory Support – We remain incredibly thankful that Memory Support remains COVID-19 free. As we approach the Christmas holiday, I would again remind families to be extra cautious and ensure you are wearing your facemask AT ALL TIMES when in the common areas in the community. While the facemask may be removed while visiting with your loved one in the privacy of their room, it is still strongly recommended that you leave it on during the entirety of the visit. If you are taking your loved one out of the facility, we strongly recommend avoiding large groups of people and limiting interactions with others.

Residential Living – While no changes are being made at this time, we continue to ask that you monitor yourself for signs for symptoms of COVID-19 and get tested if you begin exhibiting any of them immediately. If you have questions or would like to be tested, please reach out to either Joe Greer or Deb Hoffman.

Skilled Nursing – We remain incredibly thankful that Skilled Nursing remains COVID-19 free. As we approach the Christmas holiday, I would again remind families to be extra cautious and ensure you are wearing your facemask AT ALL TIMES when in the common areas in the community. While the facemask may be removed while visiting with your loved one in the privacy of their room, it is still strongly recommended that you leave it on during the entirety of the visit. If you are taking your loved one out of the facility, we strongly recommend avoiding large groups of people and limiting interactions with others.

As always, thank you for your continued support and cooperation. While it is not an ideal time to have COVID-19 cases popping up in the community, we will do everything possible to ensure everyone is able to have the best Christmas possible. I would again ask for your help in using appropriate precautions to help us ensure we are able to offer our residents an extraordinary Christmas experience.

Merry Christmas and God Bless