Update April 13, 2020
We have been informed that four additional residents have tested positive. There are currently five staff members who have also tested positive. Staff continue to be actively monitored for fever and other signs and symptoms prior to the start of their shift and at the end of their shift. Any staff who have fever or signs and symptoms are sent home. All staff continue to wear masks, face shields, gowns, gloves and are reminded to wash their hands and use sanitizer frequently. Residents who have tested positive or who are having symptoms are being kept on a separate unit. Staff assignments are limited to single units and non-essential staff have been told to stay out of resident care areas. All residents continue to be moniotored each shift for signs and symptoms. We will continue to follow the guidance from the CDC and the Department of Health daily. Please check here for daily status updates.