At this time there are no new nor active cases of COVID-19 among staff or residents, and the resident that tested positive on July 28th is recovering.

Due to 100% negative results from last week’s testing, residents are not required to be tested this week. However, state guidance still recommends that staff be tested again this week to ensure resident safety. Testing will take place through today. We will keep you updated with those results as they become available. There are currently no changes to the procedures that are in place to protect our residents.

If you have any questions regarding our current procedures please feel free to contact your designated social services aide.

Good Samaritan Home of Quincy

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