COVID-19 Update for all WEL Main Line Residents and Staff– 4/20/2020

We want to review the most current status of our positive staff members, residents and the most current test results of our residents and staff.

We continue to test anyone in the Meadows who shows any symptoms.  Sadly, we have had 2 residents in the Meadows pass away from multiple conditions who also tested positive with Covid.  They were able to have time with their families at the end and they passed peacefully. They were long term Meadows residents.  Our remaining 9 positive residents continue to recover and we are working hard to care for the positive residents. Please keep them in your prayers

We have more positive staff results as well and they are home recovering.  We have also been able to welcome some of our first positive staff back to work, fully recovered.  They have returned to work based on the current CDC guidelines for safe return.  All staff at home continue to recover and will return to work when they are clear per CDC guidelines.

We have had no positive cases in the Pines with staff or residents to date.

The 2 positive cases in Independent Living continue to recover, one in their apartment and one in the hospital.  No other new positives have been identified.

Please keep all of those affected by this virus in your thoughts and prayers and also please keep your dedicated staff in your thoughts as well.  They are working very hard under difficult circumstances to keep you safe and as comfortable as you can be with the current state we find ourselves. 

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