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Updated April 6, 2021
The health and well-being of our residents, employees and visitors is of utmost importance to us at Providence Place. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and, in accordance with the CDC and other health agencies, are continuously evaluating our policies and taking extra precautions to protect our residents and staff.
We have great news!
Providence Place will be resuming indoor visitation effective March 26, 2021. According to the updated guidance, communities should allow responsible
indoor visitation at all times and for all residents, regardless of vaccination status of the resident, or visitor, unless certain scenarios arise that would limit visitation for:
Providence Place will maintain all of the core principles we have been employing since the onset of the pandemic: maintaining social distancing of at least six feet between people, mandatory masking, screening upon entry to our community, hand hygiene, and regular cleaning and disinfecting of high-frequency touched surfaces. Outdoor visitation will be the preference whenever possible. This continues to be the safest way to prevent spreading COVID-19, particularly if either party has not been fully vaccinated. With this said, we at Providence Place want to minimize the potential for outbreaks. Therefore, we will permit initially 2 visitors at a time in your apartment. After initial screening of visitors at our front entrance, family members will be asked to take the most direct possible route to your apartment.
We believe you will be very happy to know that the guidelines provided the following statement: “We acknowledge the toll that separation and isolation has taken. We also acknowledge that there is no substitute for physical contact, such as the warm embrace between a resident and their loved one. Therefore, if the resident is fully vaccinated, they can choose to have close contact with their visitor while wearing a face mask and performing hand hygiene before and after.” Hugging is permitted! We simply remind our families that all visitors must physically distance from other residents and staff while in our community. Our dining room will not be able to receive guests and visitors at this time.
We thank you for your patience and support throughout these challenging months and look forward to welcoming you back to Providence Place. As we receive further guidance in the coming weeks, we will share it with you.
With best wishes,
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