Updated COVID-19 Protocols at Sequoia Living
Today marks a milestone along California’s path to full reopening. Sequoia Living has come out the other side of this pandemic in good shape and we have much to celebrate. Today, we have some good news to share relative to masking and social distancing.
Independent Living Residents: Fully vaccinated Independent Living residents are welcome to remove their masks while indoors or outdoors if they feel comfortable doing so.
For capacity and social distancing protocols during group activities, please check with your community’s leadership. These protocols vary by county.
Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing Residents: Continue to wear masks until more information is available from county or state health departments.
Visitors to Independent Living Residents:
• Fully vaccinated visitors who provide proof of vaccination are not required to wear masks.
• Unvaccinated visitors, including unvaccinated children ages 2 and up, are required to wear masks.
Visitors to Assisted Living, Memory Care, and Skilled Nursing Residents:
• Fully vaccinated visitors who provide proof of vaccination may remove their masks only inside residents’ private rooms.
• Unvaccinated visitors, including unvaccinated children ages 2 and up, are required to wear masks throughout their visit.
Staff Members: All staff will continue to wear masks while on Sequoia Living property. This is in accordance with California Department of Public Health. I realize this has been difficult and we appreciate the willingness of our team members to do this for the good of all who live and work at Sequoia Living.
• We are currently awaiting updates about capacity and social distancing requirements from the counties.
Vendors and Contractors: All vendors and contractors will continue to wear masks while on the grounds of Sequoia Living communities.
We got through COVID-19 together, and we will reopen together!
Stay safe, stay kind, and stay Sequoia Strong.
President & CEO, Sequoia Living
P.S. This information is current as of June 15, 2021; however, additional updates from the state and counties are expected, so stay flexible.
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