Covid-19 Update February 26, 2021

We are happy to inform you that as of this writing, the Home remains free of COVID-19 based on this week’s test results. We are so thankful for this news, and also happy to announce that after our third vaccination clinic on Monday, February 22, 2021, we have 100% of residents and 87% of staff vaccinated. The Assisted Living Dining Room has opened this week for residents to enjoy communal dining, with social distancing and other safety measures in place. At the present time we are offering both lunch and dinner in both dining rooms along with a greater variety of activities. It is heartwarming to see residents and staff interacting in common areas again.

We are working on a visitation plan for the future. Once we have it finalized, submitted and approved we will share details. Visits will look very different in an effort to keep everyone safe. Please remember that currently we have window visits that can be arranged by contacting the social services staff and you may contact the activities staff to arrange to facetime or have a Zoom visit. Of course, receiving a phone call or a card in the mail can really lift everyone’s spirits as well!

The Home is approaching the one-year mark since we sent our first message to you discussing Covid-19 and all of the efforts put forth to keep residents, staff, associates and family members safe during this pandemic. Our focus has not changed and the Lisner Team continues to take every precaution necessary to keep the Home a healthy environment for your loved one. We hope that you are staying safe in your home as well. One day, in the not-too-distant future we will be able to lift some of these restrictions in a safe manner and until then, please be well. Remember social distancing, wear your mask(s) and wash your hands.

Please click on the link to find out more about the DC government vaccine updates coronavirus.dc.gov/vaccine

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