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  • Mar23

    Coronavirus Update 3/23/2020 – What Visitors Can Do

    Posted March 23, 2020 in News

    The following guidance is from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

    What visitors can do:

    There are many ways visitors can reduce the spread of illness:

    Avoid entering the facility, the premises, or private residences
    unless your presence is essential to preserving the health, including mental health, well-being, and safety of residents.

    Follow personal protective measures found in the “Coronavirus Update 3-23-2020 How to Protect Yourself”.

    Maintain social distance of at least six feet from residents can reduce transmission. Do not visit if you recently had contact with persons who have symptoms of COVID-19 or if you recently traveled. Most importantly, do not enter the retirement community or ILF if you are sick.

    Avoid large groups and travel, especially on planes and cruise ships.

    If you, visit the retirement community and ILF, consider taking greater precaution to protect the residents because they are higher-risk persons. These precautions include avoiding large group gatherings and crowds, delaying non-essential travel including plane trips, and avoiding embarking on cruise ships. Visitors who have recently traveled should avoid visiting the retirement community and ILF.

    Watch for symptoms of illness and follow the recommended steps if you get sick.

    If you develop respiratory illness symptoms while at the retirement community or ILF, immediately put on a facemask when possible, leave if possible, self-isolate, and notify the residents you visited and administrators.

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