Grand Court continues to remain COVID free. Thank you to all who have continued to follow the rules and guidelines to help keep each of our residents and staff safe. Although the restrictions are a sacrifice for all, it has help Grand Court quickly stop the outbreak. Tomorrow is our second COVID Vaccine Clinic with Walgreens.
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We have some great news. We currently have only one resident still on isolation protocols due to a previous positive test result. The last two quarantining employees are scheduled to return to work in a few days. We now have the date of our initial vaccine clinic for our residents and staff. It will take place on January 21, 2021 between 9am to 2pm.
Thank you for your patience as we work through the transition in leadership and as we address the current surge in cases within our Community and the country as a whole. Tomorrow (12/23) had been set to allow resident quarantine and visitation restrictions to be lifted. However, as we continue to have residents and staff test positive for the virus, we cannot make these changes tomorrow as our priority is to ensure this virus is contained and further spread is prevented or mitigated…
I wanted to notify you of a change in leadership at Grand Court Senior Living and introduce myself as the new Executive Director of Grand Court. My name is Carolyn Lynch. I am a seasoned leader in the field of Senior Living. I have been the Executive Director of Rose Court Senior Living in Phoenix, and I brought that building through a COVID outbreak during the previous surge in Arizona positive cases.
We are providing you another update on what is going on at Grand Court related to COVID-19. Since our last communication on July 21, will still have no new residents that have tested positive for COVID-19. We have had one staff member that has reported to us that they were tested two weeks ago, and recently received the testing results which were positive. However, they have remained asymptomatic.
At The Grand Court of Mesa we’re committed to keeping you up-to-date and informed, especially during the turbulent times caused by COVID-19. We have just learned that one of our residents has recently tested positive with COVID-19. This resident was sent out to the hospital for reasons unrelated to COVID. While at the hospital they tested positive for COVID-19. This resident has not returned to our facility and has been transferred to another location.
In accordance with the recent guidance provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, we are limiting all visitation until further notice.
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