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Video Chat/In-Person Visitation Guidelines

    • Video chats, window visits and in-person visits are the three visitation options.
    • Two visitors per resident are allowed for in-person visits. There is no limit for video chats or window visits.
    • In-person visits will be outside but will relocate indoors in extreme weather conditions only such as excessive heat, storm, wind, etc.
    • In the case that your visit needs to shift indoors, you will be directed to a designated area. These areas will allow for social distancing and visitors must wear a medical face mask which is required by the DOH. If you do not have a medical face mask, ESLC will provide one. ESLC will use a plexiglass divider to avoid the resident having to wear a mask as well.
    • You will be asked screening questions and have your temperature taken upon arrival.
    • In-person visitation is contingent upon the Episcopal Church Home being free of COVID-19 for 14 days. If a resident or staff member tests positive for the virus, we must suspend any outdoor visitation for the 14-day period. In this case, we would convert your visit to a video chat or window visit.
    • Proof of a negative COVID-19 test is required for any in-person visits and the test has to
      be within 7 days of a visit. Hard copy or electronic version is acceptable
    • Also, due to high demand for outdoor visits for all 150+ residents at this time, there is a limit of one visit per week. If you have extenuating circumstances and need additional visits, please contact your social worker.
    • Visits can be scheduled Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

View the complete visitation plan, including a list of frequently asked questions, to learn more.

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