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February 3, 2022

Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community is pleased to announce that since our last update on 1/26/2022, no additional skilled nursing residents have tested positive. There have been three additional skilled nursing team members that have tested positive during that time. Personal Care and Memory Support have had no positive residents or team members since the latest update.

Skilled Nursing

Skilled Nursing continues to use precautions and remains in yellow zone due to recent positive tests. We are hoping to be able to open up the dining room, beauty salon, and group activities again shortly. We are being extra cautious due to the extreme transmissibility of the Omicron variant.

Team members, volunteers, contractors, etc. must wear an N-95 mask and eye protection at all times while in Skilled Nursing. Gowns must also be utilized when providing direct care to residents.

Personal Care and Memory Support

Personal Care and Memory Support have not had any positive resident or team member tests within the past 14 days so they currently are utilizing dining rooms, beauty salon and allowing residents to participate in group activities. Team members, volunteers, contractors, etc. must wear a KN-95 mask and eye protection at all times while on the units.

Supportive Living Visitors

With the number of COVID-19 cases throughout the county slowly decreasing, we are just asking visitors to use caution if they choose to come visit their loved ones. Visitors must check in and verify they do not have any symptoms of COVID-19 and they have not been recently exposed to COVID-19 prior to visiting. Visitors MUST keep a facemask on at all times during the visit. This is for the safety of your loved ones and everyone else throughout our community.

Thank you for your continued support during this time. Please continue to keep our residents, team members, and community in prayer as we navigate this pandemic that continues to cause weariness and uncertainty.