Update for all WEL Main Line Residents and Staff– 6/11/2021

We have no positive cases in the Pines, our Personal Care. 

We have no positive cases in the Meadows, our Skilled Nursing Facility.

We have no positive cases in Independent Living.

We have no positive cases with our staff. 

The most recent positivity rate in Delaware County is 1.3% and the rate for Pennsylvania as a whole is 1.9%.  We are now 2 weeks out from Memorial Day and we continue to be cautiously optimistic that the high number of vaccinated individuals in both the county and the state has taken hold.  There has been reports of ‘breakthrough’ cases, or positive cases within those who are fully vaccinated, but they are rare and the upside is the symptoms are much less severe in most cases.  I will note that we have another vaccine clinic here on June 16th and we can provide the Moderna vaccine to anyone who is interested or has not had the opportunity to start their vaccine course.  The clinic will be a second shot for a few of our new residents who got a first shot last month and new staff members who got their first shot last month and we will also provide a first shot for any new staff or residents since last month and any staff or resident’s family members that are interested in getting a shot.  If you know anyone who in interested and has not scheduled a time yet, please reach out and we can add them to our list.

As we continue to move forward, we now contemplate the next steps.  This next week, we will have updated visitation rules for both Pines(personal care) and Meadows(skilled nursing).  Those who have loved ones in these units can expect to get more detailed information from Kim(Meadows) and Tamara(Pines).  We are also starting to take reservations for guests in our IL dining room.  The specific details for this have also been sent out.  We have also stopped the requirement for Independent Living to check in at the front desk kiosk.  This requirement continues for both staff and outside guests.  This allows us to contact trace on the off chance we have a positive case.

The main requirement as we keep moving forward is that we continue to wear masks while in the community.  As I have said before, even if you personally have a comfort level with not wearing the mask while in community areas, you are part of a community and your neighbors may not be at that level yet. Guidance from medical experts also recommends continued mask wearing in congregant living arrangements.  So even as we continue to work our way to normalcy, we want to maintain some small level of safety as we work our way forward. 

I would also mention that we do reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the community if they are a guest and refuse to wear a mask.  I would hope we would not need to rise to that level with a request that is simply made to protect your loved ones.  Thank you all in advance for your cooperation and again if anyone knows anyone who is looking for a vaccine, we will be more than happy to set them up for the next one on June 16th.

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