COVID-19: Updates at The Cedars

COVID-19 at The Cedars (Updated 6/10/22)

The Sam L. Cohen Households, The Atrium, and The Osher Inn are free of COVID-19.

As of June 6, the Hoffman Center is in an outbreak which will end on June 13 as long as there are no further cases.

Visitations continue through the outbreak. Masks must be worn when transitioning through common areas and while visiting in semi-private rooms when the roommate is present. For visits with residents residing in semi-private rooms, visitation areas are available on the Shapiro Neighborhood (rooms 251 and 252), Black Wolf Neighborhood (room 101) and Leibowitz in the Library on the Lewis Wing, main corridor..

We understand the hardship the outbreak and accompanying requirements cause the residents and those who love and care for them.  The staff are doing a wonderful job of providing individualized interactions and activities, as much as possible. As soon as the CDC releases us from the outbreak, we will be sure to respond immediately and notify our extended community. We thank you for your support as we continue to navigate COVID and the CDC safety measures and invite you to contact us directly with any questions.

Visitations:

  • Indoor visitations will take place in either resident rooms or designated visitation areas in the facility
  • All visitors must be screened at the Front Desk.
    • Visitors are encouraged to sanitize their hands and must wear a surgical mask; cloth masks are not acceptable.
    • If the resident is fully vaccinated, residents and visitors may remove their mask and have close contact in a designated visitation area or when visiting outside.
    • Visitors and residents must wear masks and physically distance from staff and other residents when outside of the designated visitation areas

     Pet Visits:

    Pets may visit with resident if the pets are current with their immunizations. Please provide a copy of the pet’s immunization record prior to the visit.

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