Facilities will not be Locked Down with Preventative Measures in Place to Protect Residents from COVID

By Cherrie Nutley, SWODA Ombudsman Supervisor — You may be aware that there is an increase in COVID-19 outbreaks in our long-term care facilities. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention defines an outbreak as any single new case of COVID-19 among residents or staff.Thanks to a robust vaccination program and infection control measures the affected population is presenting with fewer and/or less significant symptoms. Area nursing homes and assisted living facilities are posting notices at their front entrances of COVID status.If you are experiencing symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19, please plan to reschedule visits once you are…

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