ALL RESIDENTS TEST NEGATIVE

We have received word from the health department that all residents have tested negative for COVID-19. With the exception of waiting for one staff test result, all staff have tested negative for COVID-19. Due to the 14-day exposure window expiring and the fantastic outcome of our facility-wide testing, GSH will be lessening some of our internal restrictions beginning 7/14/20.

We will also be beginning our outdoor visitations on July 28th. You will be allowed to call in starting Wednesday July 15th to schedule an appointment. Please view our website or previous communication email from 6/30 for the policy on outdoor visitation and the instructions on the process of scheduling an outdoor visit.

We are happy to announce that there are some changes to the policy/procedures effective 7/14/20. They include: lifted resident quarantine, general store access, resumed group activity and chapel services, van rides, beauty shop access, and resumed private pool therapy sessions for internal residents.

If you have any questions regarding our current procedures, please feel free to contact your designated social service aide. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding during this time! 

Good Samaritan Home of Quincy

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