You may have heard because it is all over the news, CDC released “Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People.” This is very exciting! However, the updated guidance related to not wearing masks when interacting with others who are fully vaccinated, does NOT apply to healthcare settings. As such, our Senior Living operations and field-based Home Health, Hospice, Home Care and Physician Group need to continue to wear masks as per prior guidance until such time the CDC and your local health department provider further guidance specific to your business line.
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We wanted to update you about the results of our latest round of mass testing on staff and residents. We did find two more residents that tested positive for the virus. Both residents remain in the building in isolation, receiving care by dedicated staff members using heightened infection control procedures…
As I am sure many of you are aware, Wisconsin is experiencing an increase in the reported COVID cases. We still have no residents that are showing signs or symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19. However, we have recently learned that one of our employees has tested positive for the virus.
Meadow View is committed to keeping you updated about our response to COVID-19. As I am sure many of you are aware, Wisconsin is experiencing an increase in the reported COVID cases. Given this surge, we are reimplementing certain restrictions to prevent or mitigate the spread of the virus into our facility given that our residents have a higher vulnerability to COVID-19.
We appreciate your cooperation and support during these unprecedented times. We continue to follow the lead of the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC). Our current visitation restrictions, social distancing, and other safety measures will continue at this time…
In accordance with the recent guidance provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, we are limiting all visitation until further notice.
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