Long-Term Care Visitor Requirements 4.8.2021

Long-Term Care Visitor Requirements On entry to building, sign visitor log and provide required information. You must complete a symptom screen and have your temperature checked.  If you are sick, you will be asked to postpone your visit.  Either visitor or resident must be fully vaccinated for an indoor visit to occur.   PPE (Personal [...]

Long-Term Care Visitor Requirements 4.8.20212021-04-15T21:29:49+00:00

CoViD-19 Update – January 7, 2021

CoViD-19 Update - January 7, 2021 Good News: As we continue our weekly surveillance testing, we have found no new cases this week. Thanks be to God, and good practices.

CoViD-19 Update – January 7, 20212021-01-10T23:03:14+00:00

Update – November 14, 2020

We have been working diligently on testing every resident and staff every week for the last three weeks due to the spike in community cases in Snohomish County. We have thirty-three new positive cases this week.  There has been a total of fifty-three positive residents since October 28th  There are 2 residents in the hospital.  [...]

Update – November 14, 20202021-03-05T22:47:31+00:00

Update – November 14, 2020

We have been working diligently on testing every resident and staff every week for the last three weeks due to the spike in community cases in Snohomish County. We have thirty-three new positive cases this week.  There has been a total of fifty-three positive residents since October 28th  There are 2 residents in the hospital.  [...]

Update – November 14, 20202021-03-05T22:47:31+00:00

Update – November 12, 2020

As a result of testing this week, we are aware of several new CoViD-19 cases presenting in residents and staff.  We continue testing everyone in the building and working to prevent the spread of the virus. Thank you for your ongoing support as we work through this current outbreak. People are displaying great flexibility and [...]

Update – November 12, 20202020-11-13T03:06:11+00:00

Update – November 10, 2020

Today, we have continued CoViD-19 cases presenting in residents and staff.  We are testing all residents and staff again today and tomorrow. Thank you for your ongoing support as we work through this current outbreak. We are doing all we can to stop the spread and reduce the impact on our community.

Update – November 10, 20202020-11-11T03:06:30+00:00

Phase 1 – Outdoor Visits

Update: Governor Inslee has announced a Safe Start 4-phase program for long-term care facilities to offer restricted visitation and other activities.  You may read the announcement here:  https://www.governor.wa.gov/news-media/inslee-announces-guidance-long-term-care-facilities Josephine Caring Community is now preparing for Phase 1, which allows for supervised outdoor visits.  We will follow a strict protocol of screening and sanitation measures to ensure [...]

Phase 1 – Outdoor Visits2021-03-05T22:47:31+00:00

Help Keep our Residents Safe from COVID-19

Help Keep our Residents Safe from COVID-19 Dear Residents, Families, Friends and Volunteers: We are committed to keeping our residents safe and we need your help. The virus causing Coronavirus (COVID-19) can cause outbreaks in nursing homes. Many of our residents are elderly and may have medical conditions placing them at very high risk of [...]

Help Keep our Residents Safe from COVID-192021-03-05T22:47:31+00:00
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