REMAINING STAFF AND RESIDENTS TEST NEGATIVE

We received word on August 5th from the health department that all remaining residents and staff tested negative for COVID-19 as a result of the previous week’s testing. Our total number of positive cases remains the same at three total with two employees (one from June 30 and one from July 30) and one resident (July 28). There are no changes to the procedures that are in place to protect our residents and staff.

There will be weekly COVID-19 testing for residents and employees until further notice, as advised by the Adams County Health Department. If you have any questions regarding our current procedures, please feel free to contact your loved one’s designated social service aide.

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