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Coronavirus Update 4/24

 

 

Resident, Family, and Staff COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Update 3/23/20

 

These are unprecedented times, requiring unprecedented measures. Arbors wants to provide you with the most current information regarding the situation and the important and proactive steps we are implementing to keep our community safe.

At this time, we remain free of suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 on our campus. However, due to the increasing spread of the virus into our town, we must remain vigilant in our efforts to remain virus-free.

Coronavirus Update 3/19

3/18/20 Update to Arbors Family (Staff, Residents, Families and Caregivers)

Visitor Restrictions Effective 3/16: Arbors of Hop Brook

 

 

Notice to our Arbors Family 3/16/2020

We are closely monitoring the increase in the cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We are following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and public health officials and our decisions are based on their guidance combined with the expertise of our teams. 

Coronavirus Update 3/11/20: Visitor Procedures, etc

 

 March 11, 2020

The risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is exponentially higher in persons 80 years of age and older and in those with chronic health conditions. We also know there is an increased risk among people who live in group settings. Yesterday, Governor Ned Lamont declared civil preparedness and public health emergencies in our state to help with prevention efforts.

Arbors of Hop Brook Special Bulletin | COVID-19/Coronavirus Update (CLICK HERE TO READ BULLETIN)

As we have all seen in the news, more cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) have been diagnosed in the United States. Health officials say coronavirus is more dangerous for people with underlying health conditions and those over the age of 60. The majority of people will have mild symptoms, but some will experience severe illness requiring hospitalization. As always. our primary concern is the safety of our residents.

In this bulletin, we want to communicate:

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