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    Dear Residents and Family Members: The purpose of this letter is to communicate updates regarding our covid-19 reporting and the actions we continue to take to combat and protect our community. As of today, we have 4 residents that have tested positive with Covid-19. Three of these residents, who tested positive in mid-April, are doing very well. We expect to have these three residents off isolation precautions by the end of this week. All three had experienced mild symptoms since their testing. Our 4 th  and most recent resident was diagnosed on Saturday, 4/25. This resident has been on isolation precautions prior to testing for other symptomatic reasons. This resident was moved to our sub-acute wing and into a private room on Friday in anticipation of testing. In early April we decided to implement isolation precautions on most all new on-set symptoms. We believe we are in a time when we can not be too overly cautious in protecting our community. Resident and sta
Dear Residents and Family Members: I am informing you that on 4/16/20,  we received confirmation that two residents have been diagnosed with Covid-19.  We will contact you if your family member is suspected or diagnosed with Covid-19. Resident safety is our top priority.  These residents were already on isolation/transmission-based precautions prior to testing. We are working with the Department of Health and are following all recommended precautions and reporting protocols. I know this is a difficult time for everyone. We will continue to update you, as quickly as possible, with any updates and/or changes to our current situation.  Please know we are strictly adhering to all directives from the local and state health departments as well as the CDC. We appreciate your continued prayers and trust in the care and services we provide and for your understanding and support of any necessary adjustments as this situation evolves. Please feel free to contact me at 717-6