In the testing we have done at the campus, we currently have 20 residents with active COVID-19 (8 residents in Vermilion Cliffs Advanced Memory Support neighborhood in the Health Care Center and 12 in the Virginia G. Piper Early Memory Support Neighborhood in the Health Care Center). We currently have 27 staff with active COVID-19 across the campus.
So far, we have had 559 residents and staff tested – 185 for the serology antibody test and 373 for the PCR (Nasal Swab) test.
The virus has spread very quickly in our state, and as a result, health care providers and medical labs are challenged to meet testing demands.
Of the 11 positive tests, 2 were Beatitudes at Home caregivers, 7 were direct care health care workers, 1 was a dining aide and 1 was a contract therapist.
On Saturday, June 20, a resident from our Vermilion Cliffs Advanced Memory Support neighborhood tested positive for COVID-19. Another resident from the same neighborhood tested positive today, June 22. Both residents were transferred to the Isolation Unit in the Health Care Center as soon as they showed symptoms earlier last week. The entire Vermilion Cliffs neighborhood is being closely monitored for fevers and signs/symptoms of COVID-19.
We have assembled our emergency preparedness and operations teams and detailed plans for every area of the campus are being reviewed and put in place.
While the communal-living nature of a Life Plan Community can greatly enhance the quality of life through positive interaction, activities and a broad social circle, it can also open the door for the formation of exclusive cliques and a wide variety of bullying behaviors.
Success Matters will be hosting a Travel ID Application Workshop on March 17th at 10:00AM in Agelink 3 where we will provide you with the Travel ID application.
The next Town Hall will be at 2:00PM in the Life Center on Wednesday, March 4th. See you there!
The next Town Hall will be held on Wednesday, December 4th at 2:00PM in the Life Center. Be There or Be Square!!
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