Regulatory Update Loosens Some Restrictions
October, 2022 

We are pleased to announce that newly updated COVID regulations now allow us to provide a much less restrictive visiting environment in our buildings.  In some situations, visitors and team members are no longer required to wear a mask. Visitors can unmask when they are in their loved one’s room, or in designated visitation areas in the building.  Signs at the entrance of our facilities will guide you if masking is required when not in your loved one’s room.

 In public areas, the use of masks and other protective equipment is optional at times. That may change, however, if there is a COVID outbreak in a building, or if the county is in “red” “high” status for community transmission levels. The county transmission rate is determined by the state, and updated weekly.

As we strive to maintain a healthy, safe, and vibrant senior living atmosphere, we count on you to do your part as well. If you aren’t feeling well or you have been directly exposed to someone else who is sick, we ask that you reschedule your visit.

All of us at  Vetter Senior Living understand our responsibility to do everything in our power to fulfill our commitment to Quality Life and Quality Care for our residents.  We will continue to ensure our team members have the training, support, guidance, personal protective equipment, and other necessary resources so they can safely continue doing what they do like no one else does. 

For additional information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we encourage you to visit the CDC’s coronavirus disease information page

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