COVID UPDATE: WE NOW HAVE 2 COVID POSITIVE STAFF MEMBERS. F WEST, B UNIT AND D UNITS ARE YELLOW ZONES. STAFF TESTING WILL BE ON FRIDAY FOR UNVACCINATED STAFF ON WEDGEWOOD 2.
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Our current update for today is as follows: 51 residents and 25 staff tested positive for COVID-19 total. We will continue universal testing of residents weekly and twice weekly for staff. Today the positivity rate for York County is 18%. This has been an extremely challenging year dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. As you may know, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has found a COVID-19 vaccine to be safe and effective. This vaccine has gone through testing and clinical trials to ensure it meets the highest safety standards. We have partnered with an approved pharmacy provider to distribute and administer the vaccination at our facility when it is available. We are currently planning to move forward with our vaccination clinics as soon as we receive additional information from our pharmacy provider. There will be no cost to the residents or employees for the vaccine. The vaccine does require a signed consent so when we receive the information from the pharmacy, we
April 29, 2021 Dear Family Member/Resident Representative: I hope this letter finds you and your family well. We received some good news the other day from CMS and DOH, as they have updated their guidance regarding visitation!! With the expectation that the county positivity rate will be below 10% by Friday, our resident vaccinations are over 70%, and there are no active COVID-19 cases among residents or staff, we will be opening up for visitation beginning May 1 st ! The following key changes have now been made by CMS: Residents and visitors may visit without distancing and source control masks if alone in the resident’s room and the resident and visitor are fully vaccinated. If the visitor is not vaccinated, they can visit with a fully vaccinated resident alone in the resident’s room without distancing while wearing well-fitting source control masks. Communal dining and activities may occur without physical distancing if all residents a