Embassy Manor Post-Acute COVID 19 Updates & Preparedness Plan
Families will receive updates via phone calls and website will be updated periodically.
Embassy Manor is committed to providing residents, families and county, state and federal agencies up-to-date information on COVID-19 illnesses and respiratory symptoms in residents and staff.
Embassy Manor COVID-19 UPDATE
February 22, 2021
Dear Resident & Family,
Embassy manor continues to test all staff twice a week. Any employee who tests positive is allowed to return to work only when cleared according to CDC guidelines. Currently there are two employees out due to Covid.
Residents are being tested weekly. Currently there are three residents who tested positive and will be in isolation as per DOH guidelines. We continue to take many precautions trying to prevent Covid19 from spreading – including social distancing, wearing masks, washing and sanitizing hands, restricting visitors, limiting gatherings, and taking the temperature of all who enter the facility. All new admissions and all readmissions are quarantined in a designated area for 14 days. All residents are being monitored, including, but not limited to, daily vital signs, and for other symptoms.
Most of our residents and staff have received the Covid Vaccine.. Mask wearing, social distancing and no communal gatherings are still in place.
Image result for congratulations to our residents who have taken both vaccine doses!
Take advantage of the Facetime option and visit virtually with your loved one. Please call Minal, our Activities Director, at 732-839-9665 to request an appointment. We will get back to you and set up a time.
For the most up-to-date information on this topic, please visit the CDC website at http://www.cdc.gov/covid19.
Our hearts and prayers are with all for a speedy recovery,