COVID-19 Coronavirus Update
Updated March 3, 2021
Bi-weekly Communication Update: COVID-19 Campus Update 01-13-2021
This is the most recent update that was sent to campus residents.
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation continues to change rapidly. Cornwall Manor’s leadership team, comprised of campus and clinical leaders, continues to monitor COVID-19 and coordinate responses to it. Our main focus remains on the health and safety of all Cornwall Manor residents.
As you may be aware, COVID-19 greatly affects anyone age 60+ and those with compromised health. Cornwall Manor has implemented these necessary precautions to protect all of our residents to reduce the risk of the Coronavirus spreading.
- Residential Living (campus residents) may have two immediate family members visit inside their apartment/home or outside. Please do not use indoor common areas at Cornwall Manor when hosting family. Visitors must adhere to Cornwall Manor’s mask and social distancing guidelines.
- Currently, our visitation policy for campus residents only allows for authorized visitors at this time. Cornwall Manor has not opened our campus to all visitors. An authorized visitor(s) is someone who is allowed or approved to be on campus. Examples of an authorized visitor for campus residents include two immediate family members, a caregiver or Power of Attorney. Staff may also have authorized visitors such as marketing prospects, administrative visitors, contractors, etc.
- The Health Center will reopen for scheduled in-person visitation on February 25, 2021.
- Corson Personal Care will reopen for scheduled in-person visitation beginning the week of March 1.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
- Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol.
- Avoid large group (more than 25 people) gatherings or get-togethers with people in a confined space.
- Avoid contact with people that are sick.
- Avoid touching your face (eyes, nose and mouth).
- Stay home if you are sick or don’t feel well.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or cough/sneeze into your elbow.
- Avoid handshaking and hugs.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects like door knobs, light switches, toilet flusher, kitchen and bathroom counters, TV remotes, smart phones and tablets, telephones, computer keyboards/mouse.
- Do not use handkerchiefs or reuse paper tissues. Once you use a tissue, dispose of it and wash your hands.
- Practice social distancing. Continue to limit non-essential activity, avoid groups of 25 or more, keep six feet between yourself and other people and avoid stay home.
We appreciate your understanding as we, along with many other organizations, are navigating this ever-changing situation. Please remain calm, take reasonable precautions and be well.