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COVID-19 Updates

COVID Vaccine
Visitor Information
Testing and Prevention

COVID Vaccine
We encourage all residents and staff to get the COVID-19 vaccination to protect each other and take a big step towards ending this pandemic.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a rule mandating full vaccination for employees, volunteers and contract service providers in health care settings, including nursing homes, that receive Medicare / Medicaid funding. 
Visitors no longer are required to wear masks in communities where there are no cases of COVID. However,  if community transmission risk is elevated, visitors may be asked to wear masks. In all communities visitors are asked to practice other infection control measures per CDC/health department guidance.

Upon request by residents/visitors, designated visitation spaces may also be available. The visitation rooms provide comfort and privacy while maintaining social distancing. Surfaces will be regularly cleaned and disinfected and we have implemented bipolar ionization technology in our dedicated visitation spaces to help keep the air clean. Learn more about this new technology and Our Safer Approach

We ask that visitors not enter if diagnosed with COVID in the past 14 days, or have had close unprotected contact with someone who tested positive for COVID in the past 14 days, or have COVID symptoms including fever, new cough, or new difficulty breathing.
Testing and Prevention
We continue to adhere to the core principles of COVID-19 infection prevention following health department guidance. This includes hand hygiene, PPE, regular surface disinfection, and COVID-19 testing as recommended. 
Help at Home Services
For information about Optage Senior Dining Choices, Home Care, and Hospice, please visit the Optage website. 
COVID-19 Resources  
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