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COVID-19 Update


As of today, we do not have any probable or confirmed cases at our Browning Masonic Community or our Springfield Masonic Community. Please see the latest update from Western Reserve Masonic Community:

“It has been 14 days since our last community member positive COVID-19 case in our Memory Care Center and 17 days since our last community member positive case in Traditional Assisted Living at Western Reserve Masonic Community.

It saddens us to inform you that our fifth community member has passed away as a result of the COVID-19 virus. Our thoughts and prayers are with their family and friends.

Currently, we have one community member from our Memory Care Center at a local hospital due to the virus. We have one confirmed COVID-19 case in Traditional Assisted Living. We remain at seven total confirmed (past and present) COVID-19 community member cases from our campus.

We now have two new staff members that have shown signs or symptoms of the virus; along with one additional team member who has tested positive for COVID-19. All three team members provided care for our confirmed COVID-19 community member cases. This takes our total staff cases to seven (past and present). However, three of these team members returned to work this week after being released by the Department of Health after 14 days of isolation and a minimum of three days of no symptoms.

We are continuing to deploy tablet computers to community members who need them so that they can connect with their family members. If you would like a tablet and you do not already have one, please reach out to Kim Valco.

We have had a “Pandemic Plan” in place since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic to ensure the safety and health of all of our staff and community members. We are working closely with the Medina County Health Department. We will continue to comply with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and protocols to minimize the exposure of staff members, community members, and clients. We understand that this situation is scary, but, please know that we have a plan in place and are doing everything we can to keep your loved one safe.”