Update for all WEL Main Line Residents and Staff– 10/15/2021

We have just received a new positive case in our Meadows (skilled nursing) unit.  This resident was tested due to an upcoming outpatient procedure and is showing no symptoms.  Unfortunately, this means that we have to change our visitation protocols until we have 2 weeks of negative tests for both our Meadows staff and all Meadows residents.  We will send out visitation protocols to our Meadows families as soon as possible.  We do not have any positives in our Pines unit(personal care) and we do not have any new positives in our Independent Living unit.

The positivity in Delaware County is now 6.1.  It has not gone below 5% and is continuing to slowly increase. 

Please remember to notify wellness if you are feeling unwell and staff should contact their supervisors for direction on what to do if you feel symptoms.

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