COVID Restrictions Are Easing in Senior Living
Tomorrow marks the first anniversary that Trump Declares COVID-19 a National Emergency.
While it is without a doubt that the pandemic has changed so much for us, we are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
The New York Times writes, “Since the arrival of vaccines, which were prioritized to long-term care facilities starting in late December, new cases and deaths in long-term care facilities, have fallen steeply, outpacing national declines, according to a New York Times analysis of federal data. The turnaround is an encouraging sign for vaccine effectiveness and offers an early glimpse at what may be in store for the rest of the country, as more and more people get vaccinated.”
Here at American House, we are also seeing the positive impacts the vaccine has afforded us. Scheduled family visits for our resident’s loved ones, dining room services, socially distanced group activities, to name a few. This is an exciting step to getting back to doing the things we love so much, and especially the things our residents are looking forward to.
A big thank you to all those who have and will continue to coordinate and implement our clinics.
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