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Update to Health & Transition Services Families – June 30, 2022

June 30, 2022

Dear Health & Transition Services Families, 
As the pandemic has slowed we are seeing a lessening of the associated restrictions. I am very pleased to share with you that we are able to introduce changes in regards to our visitation restrictions and PPE at Health and Transition Services.

  • Families are now able to identify up to four Designated Caregivers (an increase from two). Up to two Designated Caregivers may visit at a time.
  • Designated Caregivers are no longer required to wear eye protection, with limited exceptions identified by the care team.
  •  For any outdoor visits, masks will no longer be required. 

All of the above changes are effective today, June 30, 2022.
We’re hopeful that these changes will provide an improved experience when visiting your loved one. Thank you again for your patience as we move away from our current level of restriction at Health & Transition Services toward a more open and accessible summer!
Enjoy the long weekend and hopefully some much-needed sun,
Todd MacDonald
Senior Manager, Health & Transition Services

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