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COVID-19 Update

As of today, we do not have any probable or confirmed cases at any of our campuses. Please see below for a COVID-19 update from our Western Reserve Masonic Community Campus:

“Greetings WRMC Community Members and Families,

As of today, it has been 34 days since our last positive COVID-19 community member case. There have been no other community members showing signs or symptoms of COVID-19 in any of our care areas.

At this time we have zero active community member or staff COVID-19 cases!

The State of Ohio has begun to follow the re-open plan as outlined by the Federal Government. There have been several inquiries as to when we think visitation will resume for Senior Living Facilities.

According to the “Opening Up America Again” guideline that won’t happen until Phase Three. Phase Three returns all employers to normal staffing, it allows for movie theaters, gyms, and bars to return to their normal function with limited social distancing. This means that the world in general for the most part would have to get back to “normal” before visitation resumes at Senior Living Communities. The states are using this as a guideline, Ohio is currently somewhere between Phase One and Phase Two.

We will continue to take our lead from the Governor DeWine and Dr. Acton. One of the very first orders limited the visitation to Senior Living Communities. We anticipate that order to be one of the last that is lifted. I know this is not what anyone of us wants to hear. However, the senior population is most impacted by this virus.

Due to the order limiting staff in Senior Living Communities we will not be able to open our Beauty Shop on May 15th. I know this is frustrating for everyone involved. As soon as we are able to, we will restart this service.

On a brighter note, yesterday was National Limerick Day. We had some terrific submissions from our community members. We will be publishing those works on our Facebook page soon.

We appreciate everyone’s patience, support, and understanding.”