COVID-19 Updates

September 14, 2021

As of September 14, 2021 Bibb County % rate is still above 20% at 22%.Up to date we have had 10 employees test positive since July 13, 2021. All of these employees have returned to work after the quarantine period and have tested negative. We have completed the testing of residents twice a week.

We continue to test staff twice a week due to the fact Bibb County’s % COVID rate is above 10%.

Therefore we no longer have any Residents or staff testing positive in the building at this time. We are still not allowing visitors in the building. However you can still visit at the windows, but the windows must stay closed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


August 31, 2021

As of August 31, 2021 Bibb County’s Covid % rate is 23.1%. Up to date we have had 10 employees test positive since July 13, 2021. 6 of these employees tested positive on Monday and Tuesday of this week and 5 of these 6 were fully vaccinated with Pfizer vaccine in Jan and Feb of this year. Our resident that we had that was in-house that was positive for covid passed away on Saturday. She was admitted as positive and was on hospice services at time of admission. We are testing the staff and residents 2x weekly and no residents have tested positive on our testing on August 31. We currently do not offer visitation inside the lobby but family my visit at the closed windows.


AUGUST 25, 2021

As of August 25, 2021 Bibbs County’s Covid % rate is 21.8%.  Up to date we have had 4 employees test positive since July 13, 2021.  We have 1 active case of covid in the building.  Resident was tested for COVID upon admission  and tested positive.  Therefore admitted with it.  We have placed Resident in Quarantine and keeping the resident away from all other residents,  We are no longer allowing visitors in the building.

You can still make window visits, However the windows cannot be open.   We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.  OUR RESIDENTS are our first priority.

 

 

COVID 19 UPDATES

As of August 18, 2021, Bibb County’s rate is less than 20% at 20.9%.  We have had 2 employees test positive for COVID – 19 at this time.  We have begun testing residents 2 times a week for the next 2 weeks. For this week and next week.   Staff will be tested 2 times a week until % drops below 10%.  At this time NO RESIDENTS have tested positive.  We plan to continue to limit visitation to the front lobby.  Visitors have to call and make an appointment for during the day.  Visitors are limited to 2 at the time.  And the visitors have to stay at least 6 feet from other families that are visiting. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  However, Are Residents’ are our main concern.

As of August 3, 2021 Bibb County’s COVID % rate is over 20%.  We will continue to test staff 2 times a week.  Screen all visitors at front door.  No visitors will be allowed passed the front door.  All visitors are asked to wear masks in the building, including the front lobby. We encourage the residents not to open the windows. If a resident is on Hospice and emanate we can let 2 visitors in to see them 30 minutes at a time.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  We are trying to protect our residents.

Bibb County’s COVID % rate continues to be over 10 %.  As of today Bibb County is at 15.9%. Bib county % rate has increased from 3.2% on 7/09/21 to 15.9% today. We have been testing Residents once a week for 2 weeks.  This ends today.  And testing staff 2 times a week.  As you know 2 weeks ago we had a staff member test positive for COVID 19.  No one else has tested positive.  We will continue to test staff 2 x a week until % rate falls below 10%.  Unless we have another positive case we will no longer be required to test residents on a regular basis.  We continue to limit visitation on the halls.  You can still visit residents in the front lobby with an appointment.  You must continue to wear masks, check in in lobby, and each group has to stay 6 feet apart.  We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause anyone, but our main priority is our residents.  We must keep them safe.  Thank you for your cooperation in advance.

Bibb County is above 5%, we are considered in the yellow zone now by county % rate.  At this time we average around 7.9%.  Since our rate is below 10%, we test our staff for Covid 19 monthly.  Due to one of our therapists testing positive for COVID  last Thursday night, July 15, 2021 we are testing Staff and residents at least  twice a week for 2 weeks.  Then we will go back to testing staff once a month.  If the % goes up to 10% we will go back to testing staff once a week.  This could change on a daily basis.  As of today none of our residents have tested positive.  We are still in forcing the wearing of masks and hand hygiene in facility and no visitors beyond the front door.

We have not had an active case of Covid 19 in our facility since February 2021.

As of July 1, 2021: The new strain of COVID DELTA has been reported within 45 miles of our facility.  Staff will no longer reuse masks or wear cloth masks.  When arriving for work they will check in as usual and get them a new mask.  This strain seems to be worse than the original.  It is more contagious.  We are going by CDC guidelines to prevent this strain from entering our facility.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our Residents, Families, visitors and staff.  However our first responsibility is to our residents and staff.

Residents can still have visitation in the front lobby.  Scheduled visits will decrease exposure.

Reopening for visitors was MARCH 1, 2021.

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes. And no visitation in rooms unless otherwise approved by the Administrator.  THIS IS ONLY FOR RESIDENTS THAT ARE AT END OF LIFE!
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask. PLEASE no cloth masks.  If you need a mask there are some at the front of the building where you screen when you come in.
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only.
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time.  The Delta version of COVID is highly contagious and can travel further than the recommended 6 feet with the COVID – 19.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time unless okayed per Administrator.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.

Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time we develop a positive case of Covid-19  or DELTA for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces.

Staff and all visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room..

New admissions and readmissions will be quarantined for 14 days per CDC Guidelines if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated.  Group activities are beginning to return to normal.  Insuring residents are 6 feet apart.  Dining room has been opened up for Fine Dining as long as proof of vaccination and/or Residents are seated at least 6 feet apart.


AUGUST 18, 2021

COVID 19 UPDATES

As of August 18, 2021, Bibb County’s rate is less than 20% at 20.9%. We have had 2 employees test positive for COVID – 19 at this time. We have begun testing residents 2 times a week for the next 2 weeks. For this week and next week. Staff will be tested 2 times a week until % drops below 10%. At this time NO RESIDENTS have tested positive. We plan to continue to limit visitation to the front lobby. Visitors have to call and make an appointment for during the day. Visitors are limited to 2 at the time. And the visitors have to stay at least 6 feet from other families that are visiting. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. However, Are Residents’ are our main concern.

As of August 3, 2021 Bibb County’s COVID % rate is over 20%. We will continue to test staff 2 times a week. Screen all visitors at front door. No visitors will be allowed passed the front door. All visitors are asked to wear masks in the building, including the front lobby. We encourage the residents not to open the windows. If a resident is on Hospice and emanate we can let 2 visitors in to see them 30 minutes at a time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are trying to protect our residents.

Bibb County’s COVID % rate continues to be over 10 %. As of today Bibb County is at 15.9%. Bib county % rate has increased from 3.2% on 7/09/21 to 15.9% today. We have been testing Residents once a week for 2 weeks. This ends today. And testing staff 2 times a week. As you know 2 weeks ago we had a staff member test positive for COVID 19. No one else has tested positive. We will continue to test staff 2 x a week until % rate falls below 10%. Unless we have another positive case we will no longer be required to test residents on a regular basis. We continue to limit visitation on the halls. You can still visit residents in the front lobby with an appointment. You must continue to wear masks, check in in lobby, and each group has to stay 6 feet apart. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause anyone, but our main priority is our residents. We must keep them safe. Thank you for your cooperation in advance.

Bibb County is above 5%, we are considered in the yellow zone now by county % rate. At this time we average around 7.9%. Since our rate is below 10%, we test our staff for Covid 19 monthly. Due to one of our therapists testing positive for COVID last Thursday night, July 15, 2021 we are testing Staff and residents at least twice a week for 2 weeks. Then we will go back to testing staff once a month. If the % goes up to 10% we will go back to testing staff once a week. This could change on a daily basis. As of today none of our residents have tested positive. We are still in forcing the wearing of masks and hand hygiene in facility and no visitors beyond the front door.

We have not had an active case of Covid 19 in our facility since February 2021.

As of July 1, 2021: The new strain of COVID DELTA has been reported within 45 miles of our facility. Staff will no longer reuse masks or wear cloth masks. When arriving for work they will check in as usual and get them a new mask. This strain seems to be worse than the original. It is more contagious. We are going by CDC guidelines to prevent this strain from entering our facility. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our Residents, Families, visitors and staff. However our first responsibility is to our residents and staff.

Residents can still have visitation in the front lobby. Scheduled visits will decrease exposure.

Reopening for visitors was MARCH 1, 2021.

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes. And no visitation in rooms unless otherwise approved by the Administrator. THIS IS ONLY FOR RESIDENTS THAT ARE AT END OF LIFE!
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask. PLEASE no cloth masks. If you need a mask there are some at the front of the building where you screen when you come in.
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only.
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time. The Delta version of COVID is highly contagious and can travel further than the recommended 6 feet with the COVID – 19.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time unless okayed per Administrator.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.

Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time we develop a positive case of Covid-19 or DELTA for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces.

Staff and all visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room..

New admissions and readmissions will be quarantined for 14 days per CDC Guidelines if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated. Group activities are beginning to return to normal. Insuring residents are 6 feet apart. Dining room has been opened up for Fine Dining as long as proof of vaccination and/or Residents are seated at least 6 feet apart.


AUGUST 11, 2021

COVID 19 UPDATES

As of August 11, 2021, Bibb County’s rate is less than 20% at 18.7%. We have had 2 employees test positive for COVID – 19 at this time. We have begun testing residents 2 times a week for the next 2 weeks. For this week and next week. Staff will be tested 2 times a week until % drops below 10%. At this time NO RESIDENTS have tested positive. We plan to continue to limit visitation to the front the lobby. Visitors have to call and make an appointment for during the day. Visitors are limited to 2 at the time. And the visitors have to stay at least 6 feet from other families that are visiting. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. However, Are Residents’ are our main concern.

As of August 3, 2021 Bibb County’s COVID % rate is over 20%. We will continue to test staff 2 times a week. Screen all visitors at front door. No visitors will be allowed passed the front door. All visitors are asked to wear masks in the building, including the front lobby. We encourage the residents not to open the windows. If a resident is on Hospice and emanate we can let 2 visitors in to see them 30 minutes at a time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are trying to protect our residents.

Bibb County’s COVID % rate continues to be over 10 %. As of today Bibb County is at 15.9%. Bib county % rate has increased from 3.2% on 7/09/21 to 15.9% today. We have been testing Residents once a week for 2 weeks. This ends today. And testing staff 2 times a week. As you know 2 weeks ago we had a staff member test positive for COVID 19. No one else has tested positive. We will continue to test staff 2 x a week until % rate falls below 10%. Unless we have another positive case we will no longer be required to test residents on a regular basis. We continue to limit visitation on the halls. You can still visit residents in the front lobby with an appointment. You must continue to wear masks, check in in lobby, and each group has to stay 6 feet apart. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause anyone, but our main priority is our residents. We must keep them safe. Thank you for your cooperation in advance.

Bibb County is above 5%, we are considered in the yellow zone now by county % rate. At this time we average around 7.9%. Since our rate is below 10%, we test our staff for Covid 19 monthly. Due to one of our therapists testing positive for COVID last Thursday night, July 15, 2021 we are testing Staff and residents at least twice a week for 2 weeks. Then we will go back to testing staff once a month. If the % goes up to 10% we will go back to testing staff once a week. This could change on a daily basis. As of today none of our residents have tested positive. We are still in forcing the wearing of masks and hand hygiene in facility and no visitors beyond the front door.

We have not had an active case of Covid 19 in our facility since February 2021.

As of July 1, 2021: The new strain of COVID DELTA has been reported within 45 miles of our facility. Staff will no longer reuse masks or wear cloth masks. When arriving for work they will check in as usual and get them a new mask. This strain seems to be worse than the original. It is more contagious. We are going by CDC guidelines to prevent this strain from entering our facility. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our Residents, Families, visitors and staff. However our first responsibility is to our residents and staff.

Residents can still have visitation in the front lobby. Scheduled visits will decrease exposure.

Reopening for visitors was MARCH 1, 2021.

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes. And no visitation in rooms unless otherwise approved by the Administrator. THIS IS ONLY FOR RESIDENTS THAT ARE AT END OF LIFE!
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask. PLEASE no cloth masks. If you need a mask there are some at the front of the building where you screen when you come in.
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only.
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time. The Delta version of COVID is highly contagious and can travel further than the recommended 6 feet with the COVID – 19.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time unless okayed per Administrator.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.

Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time we develop a positive case of Covid-19 or DELTA for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces.

Staff and all visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room..

New admissions and readmissions will be quarantined for 14 days per CDC Guidelines if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated. Group activities are beginning to return to normal. Insuring residents are 6 feet apart. Dining room has been opened up for Fine Dining as long as proof of vaccination and/or Residents are seated at least 6 feet apart.


July 27, 2021

COVID 19 UPDATES

Bibb County’s COVID % rate continues to be over 10 %. As of today Bibb County is at 15.9%. Bib county % rate has increased from 3.2% on 7/09/21 to 15.9% today. We have been testing Residents once a week for 2 weeks. This ends today. And testing staff 2 times a week. As you know 2 weeks ago we had a staff member test positive for COVID 19. No one else has tested positive. We will continue to test staff 2 x a week until % rate falls below 10%. Unless we have another positive case we will no longer be required to test residents on a regular basis. We continue to limit visitation on the halls. You can still visit residents in the front lobby with an appointment. You must continue to wear masks, check in in lobby, and each group has to stay 6 feet apart. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause anyone, but our main priority is our residents. We must keep them safe. Thank you for your cooperation in advance.

Bibb County is above 5%, we are considered in the yellow zone now by county % rate. At this time we average around 7.9%. Since our rate is below 10%, we test our staff for Covid 19 monthly. Due to one of our therapists testing positive for COVID last Thursday night, July 15, 2021 we are testing Staff and residents at least twice a week for 2 weeks. Then we will go back to testing staff once a month. If the % goes up to 10% we will go back to testing staff once a week. This could change on a daily basis. As of today none of our residents have tested positive. We are still in forcing the wearing of masks and hand hygiene in facility and no visitors beyond the front door.

We have not had an active case of Covid 19 in our facility since February 2021.

As of July 1, 2021: The new strain of COVID DELTA has been reported within 45 miles of our facility. Staff will no longer reuse masks or wear cloth masks. When arriving for work they will check in as usual and get them a new mask. This strain seems to be worse than the original. It is more contagious. We are going by CDC guidelines to prevent this strain from entering our facility. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our Residents, Families, visitors and staff. However our first responsibility is to our residents and staff.

Residents can still have visitation in the front lobby. Scheduled visits will decrease exposure.

Reopening for visitors was MARCH 1, 2021.

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes. And no visitation in rooms unless otherwise approved by the Administrator. THIS IS ONLY FOR RESIDENTS THAT ARE AT END OF LIFE!
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask. PLEASE no cloth masks. If you need a mask there are some at the front of the building where you screen when you come in.
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only.
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time. The Delta version of COVID is highly contagious and can travel further than the recommended 6 feet with the COVID – 19.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time unless okayed per Administrator.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.

Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time we develop a positive case of Covid-19 or DELTA for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces.

Staff and all visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room..

New admissions and readmissions will be quarantined for 14 days per CDC Guidelines if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated. Group activities are beginning to return to normal. Insuring residents are 6 feet apart. Dining room has been opened up for Fine Dining as long as proof of vaccination and/or Residents are seated at least 6 feet apart.


July 20, 2021

Bibb County is above 5%, we are considered in the yellow zone now by county % rate. At this time we average around 7.9%. Since our rate is below 10%, we test our staff for Covid 19 monthly. Due to one of our therapists testing positive for COVID last Thursday night, July 15, 2021 we are testing Staff and residents at least twice a week for 2 weeks. Then we will go back to testing staff once a month. If the % goes up to 10% we will go back to testing staff once a week. This could change on a daily basis. As of today none of our residents have tested positive. We are still in forcing the wearing of masks and hand hygiene in facility and no visitors beyond the front door.

We have not had an active case of Covid 19 in our facility since February 2021.

As of July 1, 2021: The new strain of COVID DELTA has been reported within 45 miles of our facility. Staff will no longer reuse masks or wear cloth masks. When arriving for work they will check in as usual and get them a new mask. This strain seems to be worse than the original. It is more contagious. We are going by CDC guidelines to prevent this strain from entering our facility. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our Residents, Families, visitors and staff. However our first responsibility is to our residents and staff.

Residents can still have visitation in the front lobby. Scheduled visits will decrease exposure.

Reopening for visitors was MARCH 1, 2021.

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes. And no visitation in rooms unless otherwise approved by the Administrator. THIS IS ONLY FOR RESIDENTS THAT ARE AT END OF LIFE!
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask. PLEASE no cloth masks. If you need a mask there are some at the front of the building where you screen when you come in.
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only.
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time. The Delta version of COVID is highly contagious and can travel further than the recommended 6 feet with the COVID – 19.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time unless okayed per Administrator.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.

Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time we develop a positive case of Covid-19 or DELTA for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces.

Staff and all visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room..

New admissions and readmissions will be quarantined for 14 days per CDC Guidelines if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated. Group activities are beginning to return to normal. Insuring residents are 6 feet apart. Dining room has been opened up for Fine Dining as long as proof of vaccination and/or Residents are seated at least 6 feet apart.


July 6, 2021

COVID 19 UPDATES

Bibb County is below 5%, we are considered in the green zone by county % rate. At this time we average around 3.1%. Since our rate is below 5%, we test our staff for Covid 19 monthly.

We have not had an active case of Covid 19 in our facility since February 2021.

As of July 1, 2021: The new strain of COVID DELTA has been reported within 45 miles of our facility. Staff will no longer reuse masks or wear cloth masks. When arriving for work they will check in as usual and get them a new mask. This strain seems to be worse than the original. It is more contagious. We are going by CDC guidelines to prevent this strain from entering our facility. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our Residents, Families, visitors and staff. However our first responsibility is to our residents and staff.

Residents can still have visitation in the front lobby. Scheduled visits will decrease exposure.

Reopening for visitors was MARCH 1, 2021.

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes. And no visitation in rooms unless otherwise approved by the Administrator. THIS IS ONLY FOR RESIDENTS THAT ARE AT END OF LIFE!
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask. PLEASE no cloth masks. If you need a mask there are some at the front of the building where you screen when you come in.
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only.
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time. The Delta version of COVID is highly contagious and can travel further than the recommended 6 feet with the COVID – 19.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time unless okayed per Administrator.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.

Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time we develop a positive case of Covid-19 or DELTA for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces.

Staff and all visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room..

New admissions and readmissions will be quarantined for 14 days per CDC Guidelines if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated. Group activities are beginning to return to normal. Insuring residents are 6 feet apart. Dining room has been opened up for Fine Dining as long as proof of vaccination and/or Residents are seated at least 6 feet apart.


June 21. 2021

COVID 19 UPDATES

Bibb County is below 5%, we are considered in the green zone by county % rate. At this time we average around 3.1%. Since our rate is below 5%, we test our staff for Covid 19 monthly.

We have not had an active case of Covid 19 in our facility since February 2021.

Reopening for visitors was MARCH 1, 2021.

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes. And no visitation in rooms unless otherwise approved by the Administrator.
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask.
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have their temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only.
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking you to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby or in the main dining room area. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time unless okayed per the Administrator.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.

Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time we develop a positive case of Covid-19 for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces.

Staff and all visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continues to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room..

New admissions and readmissions will be quarantined for 14 days per CDC Guidelines if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated. Group activities are beginning to return to normal. Insuring residents are 6 feet apart. Dining room has been opened up for Fine Dining as long as proof of vaccination and/or Residents are seated at least 6 feet apart.


March 18th, 2021

The facility has begun testing staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the Yellow zone by county. The facility has currently tested (2394 aggregate) staff. Of the (2394 aggregate) staff tested (58 aggregate) have tested positive total and (2336 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (0) staff members who have tested positive at this time.

The facility has tested (628 aggregate) residents. Of the (628 aggregate) residents tested (56) have tested positive and (571 aggregate) have tested negative. The (56) residents who tested positive (0) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines. We are currently not testing residents at this time.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

RE-OPENING OF FACILITY FOR VISITORS – MARCH 1, 2021

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:
You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes unless otherwise approved by the Administrator
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask (Please bring your own. We need our mask for residents and staff)
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby or in the main dining room area. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.
Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time during the reopening we develop a positive case of Covid-19 for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe. We have met with our Resident Council and discussed this plan with them. They have voted to adopt these guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


March 11th, 2021

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (2363 aggregate) staff. Of the (2363 aggregate) staff tested (32 aggregate) have tested positive total and (1978 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (0) staff members who have tested positive at this time.

The facility has tested (628aggregate) residents. Of the (628 aggregate) residents tested (56) have tested positive and (571 aggregate) have tested negative. The (56) residents who tested positive (1) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

RE-OPENING OF FACILITY FOR VISITORS – MARCH 1, 2021

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:

You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes unless otherwise approved by the Administrator
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask (Please bring your own. We need our mask for residents and staff)
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have their temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking you to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby or in the main dining room area. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.
Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time during the reopening we develop a positive case of Covid-19 for residents or staff, visitation we will have to reassess how we are doing visitation.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe. We have met with our Resident Council and discussed this plan with them. The have voted to adopt these guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


March 4th, 2021
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (2333 aggregate) staff. Of the (2333 aggregate) staff tested (32 aggregate) have tested positive total and (1978 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (0) staff members who have tested positive at this time.

The facility has tested (627aggregate) residents. Of the (627aggregate) residents tested (56) have tested positive and (571 aggregate) have tested negative. The (56) residents who tested positive (0) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

RE-OPENING OF FACILITY FOR VISITORS – MARCH 1, 2021

Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:

You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes unless otherwise approved by the Administrator
We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
All visitors must wear a mask (Please bring your own. We need our mask for residents and staff)
All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have their temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
You will enter and exit through the front entrance only
Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking you to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time.
You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby or in the main dining room area. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time.
Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.
Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time during the reopening we develop a positive case of Covid-19 for residents or staff, visitation will be discontinued until further notice.

Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe. We have met with our Resident Council and discussed this plan with them. They have voted to adopt these guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


February 25th, 2021
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (2234 aggregate) staff. Of the (2234 aggregate) staff tested (32 aggregate) have tested positive total and (1978 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (0) staff members who have tested positive at this time.

The facility has tested (627aggregate) residents. Of the (627aggregate) residents tested (56) have tested positive and (571 aggregate) have tested negative. The (56) residents who tested positive (0) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.
Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.
RE-OPENING OF FACILITY FOR VISITORS – MARCH 1, 2021
Please see below the following guidelines for re-opening for visitation:

• You must call in advance to set an appointment time for visitation
• Visiting hours will be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 7 days a week
• Only 2 family members per resident will be allowed to visit at a time
• Visitation will be limited to 30 minutes unless otherwise approved by the Administrator
• We will limit to only 6 families allowed in the facility at a time
• All visitors must wear a mask (Please bring your own. We need our mask for residents and staff)
• All visitors will be asked to sign and answer a few questions and have your temp logged. Temp must be <100.0 to be allowed to visit.
• You will enter and exit through the front entrance only
• Social distancing will be required during visits. We are asking to please refrain from hugging and touching at this time.
• You will visit with your loved one in the front lobby or in the main dining room area. No one is allowed in resident rooms at this time.
• Hand sanitizer will be available and we ask that you please utilize it.
• Tables and chairs will be sanitized between visits for everyone’s protection
If at any time during the reopening we develop a positive case of Covid-19 for residents or staff, visitation will be discontinued until further notice.
Please understand we are doing our best to keep our residents, your loved ones, safe. We have met with our Resident Council and discussed this plan with them. The have voted to adopt these guidelines.
The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


February 11th, 2021

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (2010 aggregate) staff. Of the (2010 aggregate) staff tested (32 aggregate) have tested positive total and (1978 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (2) staff members who have tested positive and are quarantined at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (564 aggregate) residents. Of the (564 aggregate) residents tested (56) have tested positive and (507 aggregate) have tested negative. The (56) residents who tested positive (0) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

Any Residents that would like the vaccination and missed the Jan. 2nd can have their 1st on Jan. 23rd. Please contact the facility if you have a question. The 2nd shot would be on Feb. 13th.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high-touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continues to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


February 4th, 2021
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (2008 aggregate) staff. Of the (2008 aggregate) staff tested (32 aggregate) have tested positive total and (1947 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (2) staff members who have tested positive and are quarantined at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (542 aggregate) residents. Of the (563 aggregate) residents tested (56) have tested positive and (507 aggregate) have tested negative. The (56) residents who tested positive (0) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

Any Residents that would like the vaccination and missed the Jan. 2nd can have their 1st on Jan. 23rd. Please contact the facility if you have a question. The 2nd shot would be on Feb. 13th.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continues to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


January 22nd, 2021

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1840 aggregate) staff. Of the (1840 aggregate) staff tested (30 aggregate) have tested positive total and (1810 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (6) staff members who have tested positive and are quarantined at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (522 aggregate) residents. Of the (522 aggregate) residents tested (48) have tested positive and (410 aggregate) have tested negative. The (48) residents who tested positive (34) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. (15) residents are out of quarantine per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

We have been scheduled with CVS Pharmacy to administer the Covid vaccine on January 2, 2021, and 2nd shot on January 23, 2021. If you have not already been contacted and are needed for consent, someone will be calling you soon to discuss. WE WILL BE HOLDING OUR VACCINATION CLINIC ON JAN. 2ND FROM 10 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. THROUGH CVS AT THE FACILITY FOR RESIDENTS AND STAFF.

Any Residents that would like the vaccination and missed the Jan. 2nd can have their 1st on Jan. 23rd. Please contact the facility if you have a question. The 2nd shot would be on Feb. 13th.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


January 12th, 2021

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1732 aggregate) staff. Of the (1732 aggregate) staff tested (25 aggregate) have tested positive total and (1709 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have (8) staff member who has tested positive and are quarantined at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (395 aggregate) residents. Of the (395 aggregate) residents tested (23) have tested positive and (372 aggregate) have tested negative. The (23) residents who tested positive (23) are quarantined per CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

We have been scheduled with CVS Pharmacy to administer the Covid vaccine on January 2, 2021, and 2nd shot on January 23, 2021. If you have not already been contacted and are needed for consent, someone will be calling you soon to discuss. WE WILL BE HOLDING OUR VACCINATION CLINIC ON JAN. 2ND FROM 10 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. THROUGH CVS AT THE FACILITY FOR RESIDENTS AND STAFF.

Any Residents that would like the vaccination and missed the Jan. 2nd can have their 1st on Jan. 23rd. Please contact the facility if you have a question. The 2nd shot would be on Feb. 13th.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


January 7th, 2021
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1678 aggregate) staff. Of the (1678 aggregate) staff tested 17) have tested positive total and (1666 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have 5 staff members who have tested positive and are quarantined at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (254 aggregate) residents. Of the (254 aggregate) residents tested (11) have tested positive and (243 aggregate) have tested negative. The (11) residents who tested positive (8) are out of quarantine and (3) residents were sent to another facility that houses Coivd + residents on a temporary basis per CDC guidelines and (3) residents new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines. We will be testing residents twice a week as long as we have any positive staff or residents, per CDC guidelines.

Please note that residents have a right to refuse and will be quarantined as indicated by CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

We have been scheduled with CVS Pharmacy to administer the Covid vaccine on January 2, 2021 and 2nd shot on January 23, 2021. If you have not already been contacted and are needed for consent, someone will be calling you soon to discuss. WE WILL BE HOLDING OUR VACCINATION CLINIC ON JAN. 2ND FROM 10 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. THROUGH CVS AT THE FACILITY FOR RESIDENTS AND STAFF.

Any Residents that would like the vaccination and missed the Jan. 2nd can have their 1st on Jan. 23rd. Please contact the facility if you have a question. The 2nd shot would be Feb. 13th.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


December 31st, 2020
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1554 aggregate) staff. Of the (1554 aggregate) staff tested 12) have tested positive total and (1542 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. We have 1 staff member who has tested positive and is quarantined per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (109 aggregate) residents. Of the (109 aggregate) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (101 aggregate) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (3) residents new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines. We have remained Covid free since June 2020.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

CMS has issued an official alert regarding the Holidays. They are asking us to encourage families to not take their loved ones home due to the increase in numbers and potential exposure. The alert from CMS is strongly recommending that residents not go home with family during the holidays.

We have been scheduled with CVS Pharmacy to administer the Covid vaccine on January 2, 2021 and 2nd shot on January 23, 2021. If you have not already been contacted and are needed for consent, someone will be calling you soon to discuss. WE WILL BE HOLDING OUR VACCINATION CLINIC ON JAN. 2ND FROM 10 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. THROUGH CVS AT THE FACILITY FOR RESIDENTS AND STAFF.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


December 24th, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1458 aggregate) staff. Of the (1458 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (1447 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (36) residents. Of the (36) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (28) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (5) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines. We have remained Covid free since June 2020.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

CMS has issued an official alert regarding the Holidays. They are asking us to encourage families to not take their loved ones home due to the increase in numbers and potential exposure. The alert from CMS is strongly recommending that residents not go home with family during the holidays.

We have been scheduled with CVS Pharmacy to administer the Covid vaccine on January 2, 2021 and 2nd shot on January 23, 2021. If you have not already been contacted and are needed for consent, someone will be calling you soon to discuss.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Holiday: In following the recommendations from CMS, we are asking families to please consider not taking your loved ones home for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We understand how hard this is, but we are trying to stick with recommendations that are best for our residents. Our guidelines will remain as listed: Upon return there will be a form to be completed to address any exposure for the resident and each resident will need to be tested for Covid-19 upon return. We will test the residents here in the lobby. We are not able to test families at this time. Please note that if any time we develop a positive Covid-19 resident or staff member, we will stop outside visits and will not be able to allow residents to leave the facility.
In addition to the above requirements, each resident will have to be quarantined for 14 days upon return.
The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


December 17th, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1337 aggregate) staff. Of the (1337 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (1326 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (36) residents. Of the (36) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (28) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (5) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines. We have remained Covid free since June 2020.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

CMS has issued an official alert regarding the Holidays. They are asking us to encourage families to not take their loved ones home due to the increase in numbers and potential exposure. The alert from CMS is strongly recommending that residents not go home with family during the holidays.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Holiday: In following the recommendations from CMS, we are asking families to please consider not taking your loved ones home for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We understand how hard this is, but we are trying to stick with recommendations that are best for our residents. Our guidelines will remain as listed: Upon return there will be a form to be completed to address any exposure for the resident and each resident will need to be tested for Covid-19 upon return. We will test the residents here in the lobby. We are not able to test families at this time. Please note that if any time we develop a positive Covid-19 resident or staff member, we will stop outside visits and will not be able to allow residents to leave the facility.
In addition to the above requirements, each resident will have to be quarantined for 14 days upon return.
The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


December 10th, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1171 aggregate) staff. Of the (1171 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (1160 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (34) residents. Of the (34) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (26) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (4) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines. We have remained Covid free since June 2020.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.

CMS has issued an official alert regarding the Holidays. They are asking us to encourage families to not take their loved ones home due to the increase in numbers and potential exposure. The alert from CMS is strongly recommending that residents not go home with family during the holidays.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Holiday: In following the recommendations from CMS, we are asking families to please consider not taking your loved ones home for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We understand how hard this is, but we are trying to stick with recommendations that are best for our residents. Our guidelines will remain as listed: Upon return there will be a form to be completed to address any exposure for the resident and each resident will need to be tested for Covid-19 upon return. We will test the residents here in the lobby. We are not able to test families at this time. Please note that if any time we develop a positive Covid-19 resident or staff member, we will stop outside visits and will not be able to allow residents to leave the facility.
In addition to the above requirements, each resident will have to be quarantined for 14 days upon return.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


December 3rd, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (1050 aggregate) staff. Of the (1050 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (1039 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (34) residents. Of the (34) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (26) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (4) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.  We have remained Covid free since June 2020.Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order.  In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation, but have opened up to outside visits.CMS has issued an official alert regarding the Holidays. They are asking us to encourage families to not take their loved ones home due to the increase in numbers and potential exposure. The alert from CMS is strongly recommending that residents not go home with family during the holidays.Thanksgiving & Christmas Holiday:  In following the recommendations from CMS, we are asking families to please consider not taking your loved ones home for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We understand how hard this is, but we are trying to stick with recommendations that are best for our residents. Our guidelines will remain as listed:  Upon return, there will be a form to be completed to address any exposure for the resident and each resident will need to be tested for Covid-19 upon return.  We will test the residents here in the lobby.  We are not able to test families at this time.   Please note that if any time we develop a positive Covid-19 resident or staff member, we will stop outside visits and will not be able to allow residents to leave the facility.
In addition to the above requirements, each resident will have to be quarantined for 14 days upon return.The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed.  The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


November 26th, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (955 aggregate) staff. Of the (955 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (954 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (34) residents. Of the (34) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (26) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (4) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines. We have remained Covid free since June 2020.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through December 9, 2020.

CMS has issued an official alert regarding the Holidays. They are asking us to encourage families to not take their loved ones home due to the increase in numbers and potential exposure. The alert from CMS is strongly recommending that residents not go home with family during the holidays.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Holiday: In following the recommendations from CMS, we are asking families to please consider not taking your loved ones home for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We understand how hard this is, but we are trying to stick with recommendations that are best for our residents. Our guidelines will remain as listed: Upon return there will be a form to be completed to address any exposure for the resident and each resident will need to be tested for Covid-19 upon return. We will test the residents here in the lobby. We are not able to test families at this time. Please note that if any time we develop a positive Covid-19 resident or staff member, we will stop outside visits and will not be able to allow residents to leave the facility.
In addition to the above requirements, each resident will have to be quarantined for 14 days upon return.
The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


November 12th, 2020
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (826 aggregate) staff. Of the (826 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (815 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (34) residents. Of the (34) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (26) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (4) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines. We have remained Covid free since June 2020.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued in November 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place, we will be continuing to restrict visitation through December 9, 2020.

CMS has issued a statement that they will be giving us guidelines on the Holidays. They are asking us to encourage families to not take their loved ones home due to the increase in numbers and potential exposure. We are, at this time, moving forward with the below plan unless CMS gives us direction otherwise.

In addition to the below requirements, each resident will have to be quarantined for 14 days upon return.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Holiday: We will be able to allow residents to leave the facility with families for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Upon return, there will be a form to be completed to address any exposure for the resident and each resident will need to be tested for Covid-19 upon return. We will test the residents here in the lobby. We are not able to test families at this time. Please note that if any time we develop a positive Covid-19 resident or staff member, we will stop outside visits and will not be able to allow residents to leave the facility.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


October 29th, 2020
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (665 aggregate) staff. Of the (665 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (665 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines. Only (1) staff member remains at home per CDC guidelines with still having signs and symptoms, but a negative test.
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The facility has tested (34) residents. Of the (34) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (26) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (4) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued on Wednesday, September 30, 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through November 9, 2020.

Thanksgiving Holiday: We will be able to allow residents to leave the facility with families for Thanksgiving. Upon return there will be a form to be completed to address any exposure for the resident and each resident will need to be tested for Covid-19 upon return. We will test the residents here in the lobby. We are not able to test families at this time. Please note that if any time we develop a positive Covid-19 resident or staff member, we will stop outside visits and will not be able to allow residents to leave the facility.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


October 22nd, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff once (1) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (665 aggregate) staff. Of the (665 aggregate) staff tested 11) have tested positive total and (665 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines. Only (1) staff member remains at home per CDC guidelines with still having signs and symptoms, but a negative test.

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The facility has tested (34) residents. Of the (34) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (26) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (4) resident new to the facility, but tested negative are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued on Wednesday, September 30, 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through November 9, 2020. Please see the updated letter posted on this website and our Facebook page regarding outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines. Please call the facility to make an appointment.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


October 8th

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff twice (2) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (539 aggregate) staff. Of the (539 aggregate) staff tested (9) have tested positive total and (530 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (0) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines. Only (1) staff member remains at home per CDC guidelines with still having signs and symptoms, but a negative test.
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The facility has tested (32) residents. Of the (33) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (24) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (2) resident new to the facility, but tested positive are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued on Wednesday, September 30, 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through November 9, 2020. Please see updated letter posted on this website and our Facebook page regarding outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines. Please call the facility to make an appointment.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


September 25th, 2020
The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff twice (2) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (351 aggregate) staff. Of the (351 aggregate) staff tested (9) have tested positive total and (164 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (2) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines. Only (1) staff member remains at home per CDC guidelines with still having signs and symptoms, but a negative test.
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The facility has tested (32) residents. Of the (33) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (24) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (2) resident new to the facility, but tested positive are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued on Tuesday, September 3, 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place, we will be continuing to restrict visitation through October 10, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continues to wear masks. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


September 17th, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff twice (2) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (173 aggregate) staff. Of the (173 aggregate) staff tested (9) have tested positive total and (164 aggregate) have tested negative. We have (43) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines. Only (0) staff member remains at home per CDC guidelines with still having signs and symptoms, but a negative test.

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The facility has tested (32) residents. Of the (33) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (24) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (2) resident new to the facility, but tested positive are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued on Tuesday, September 3, 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through October 10, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


September 10th, 2020

The facility has begun testing of staff as mandated by CMS. We are testing staff twice (2) a week per CMS mandate while we are considered in the red zone by county. The facility has currently tested (89) staff. Of the (89) staff tested (9) have tested positive total and (80) have tested negative. We have (9) staff members with pending results. The staff members who have tested positive are now clear and negative and have returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines. Only (1) staff member remains at home per CDC guidelines with still having signs and symptoms, but a negative test.
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The facility has tested (32) residents. Of the (33) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (24) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (2) resident new to the facility, but tested positive are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued on Tuesday, September 3, 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through October 10, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


September 3rd, 2020

The facility will begin testing of residents and staff as mandated by CMS. Residents do have a right to refuse and we will quarantine as needed on those residents according to CMS and CDC guidelines. The facility has currently tested (80) staff. Of the (80) staff tested 8) have tested positive and (72) have tested negative. The staff members who have tested positive are self-quarantine at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (32) residents. Of the (33) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (24) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (2) resident new to the facility, but tested positive are still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

Please note the new order from the Governor’s Office issued on Tuesday, September 3, 2020, regarding the Shelter in Place order. In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through October 10, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


August 28th, 2020

The facility has completed testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (72) staff. Of the (72) staff tested 8) have tested positive and (65) have tested negative. The staff members who have tested positive are self-quarantine at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

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The facility has tested (32) residents. Of the (32) residents tested (9) have tested positive and (23) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (1) resident tested positive is still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through September 10, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


August 20th, 2020
The facility has completed testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (72) staff. Of the (72) staff tested 8) have tested positive and (65) have tested negative. The staff members who have tested positive are self-quarantine at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.
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The facility has tested (32) residents. Of the (32) residents tested (9) have tested positive and (23) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines and (1) resident tested positive is still in quarantine according to CDC guidelines.

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through September 10, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


August 13th, 2020

The facility has completed testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (72) staff. Of the (72) staff tested 8) have tested positive and (65) have tested negative. The staff members who have tested positive are self-quarantining at home per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

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The facility has tested (31) residents. Of the (31) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (23) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines.

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through September 10, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


July 30th, 2020

The facility has completed testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (72) staff. Of the (72) staff tested (6) have tested positive and (65) have tested negative and 1 is still pending. The staff members who have tested positive have completed the self-quarantine per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines and are back at work

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The facility has tested (31) residents. Of the (31) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (22) have tested negative and 1 is still pending. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines. The one resident with pending results is currently in quarantine per CDC guidelines.

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through August 11, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continues to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


July 23rd, 2020

The facility has completed testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (71) staff. Of the (71) staff tested (6) have tested positive and (65) have tested negative. The staff members who have tested positive have all returned to work per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (30) residents. Of the (30) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (22) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines. We have (5) residents that have been admitted from the hospital. All had two negative tests on admission and are in quarantine for 14 days according to CDC guidelines.

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through August 11, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


July 16th, 2020
The facility has completed testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (71) staff. Of the (71) staff tested (6) have tested positive and (65) have tested negative. The staff members who have tested positive are in self-quarantine per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (30) residents. Of the (30) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (22) have tested negative. The (8) residents who tested positive are now out of quarantine and all residents are back to their original rooms according to CDC guidelines.

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place, we will be continuing to restrict visitation through August 11, 2020. We will notify family when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


July 9th, 2020

The facility has completed testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (71) staff. Of the (71) staff tested (6) have tested positive and (65) have tested negative. The staff members who have tested positive are in self-quarantine per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (30) residents. Of the (30) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (22) have tested negative. The (8) residents who have tested positive are in a quarantined area in the facility according to CDC guidelines.

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order and Shelter in Place we will be continuing to restrict visitation through August 11, 2020. We will notify family members when we are able to begin outside visits under CDC and CMS guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


July 2nd, 2020

The facility has begun testing of residents and staff as advised by the local Department of Health. The facility has currently tested (70) staff. Of the (70) staff tested (5) have tested positive and (61) have tested negative and (4) are pending. The staff members who have tested positive are in self-quarantine per CDC and Department of Health Guidelines.

The facility has tested (29) residents. Of the (29) residents tested (8) have tested positive and (18) have tested negative and (3) are pending. The (8) residents who have tested positive are in a quarantined area in the facility according to CDC guidelines.

The facility continues to follow all CDC/Department of Health guidelines to mitigate the exposure/spread of COVID-19.
The facility continues to frequently clean and disinfect common areas and high touch surfaces. No visitation is allowed. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continues to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


June 23rd, 2020
The facility currently has a cumulative of (0) staff as a PUI. Of the (12) staff as a PUI 1 has tested positive and has RTW per CDC guidelines. The other (11) staff members tested negative and have RTW per CDC guidelines.

We have tested 24 residents and 38 staff members. All results are pending.

Per the new Executive Order from the Governor, our Shelter In Place has been extended to July 12, 2020. Per CDC guidelines and CMS guidelines, we are only allowed to offer outside visitation at this time. You will still be required to stay 6 feet apart to meet the Social Distancing guidelines, as well as, wearing a mask.


6/11/20

The facility currently has a cumulative of ( 0 ) staff as a PUI. Of the (12) staff as a PUI 1 has tested positive and has RTW per CDC guidelines. The other (11) staff members tested negative and have RTW per CDC guidelines.

Per new Executive Order from the Governor, our Shelter In Place has been extended to July 12, 2020. Per CDC guidelines and CMS guidelines, we are only allowed to offer outside visitation at this time. You will still be required to stay 6 feet apart to meet the Social Distancing guidelines, as well as, wearing a mask.

Please call the facility and speak with the Administrator or Social Services to make an appointment.

The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities. Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continues to wear a mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


June 4th, 2020
The facility currently has a cumulative of (1) staff as a PUI that remains self-quarantined per CDC guidelines. Of the (6 ) staff as a PUI 1 has tested positive and has RTW per CDC guidelines. The other (4 ) staff members tested negative and have RTW per CDC guidelines. 1 Staff member is pending results.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities . Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room.


May 8, 2020

The facility had a CNA test positive for COVID-19. This employee remains self quarantined per CDC guidelines.
The facility currently has no other staff member or residents as a person under investigation or quarantined.
The facility continues to frequently clean and dis-infect common areas and high touch surfaces. The dining rooms continue to be closed and no group activities . Staff and essential visitors continue to be screened daily for signs and symptoms and temperatures recorded. Staff continue to wear mask. Residents are encouraged to stay in their rooms and also have been provided with a mask and are encouraged/reminded to wear when out of their room. Moving forward you will be able to find a weekly update on our web site fountainbluerehab.com.