- All staff members are required to stop in the office for screening, and to take and record their temperature, before starting their shift. Anyone with a temp of 99 degrees or higher will be sent home immediately.
- Residents’ temperatures continue to be taken daily.
- All staff members are required to wear a mask at all times, in addition to all the hand washing and sanitizing that is going on.
All persons entering Magnolia Crossing shall be screened for signs and symptoms or possible exposure to COVID-19 and must do so at the front office before entering any of the houses. Magnolia Crossing shall screen all visitors and vendors for new or change of symptoms in the following way:
· Fever · Cough · Shortness of breath · Difficulty breathing · Chills · Repeated shaking with chills · Muscle pain · Headache · Sore throat · New loss of taste or smell · Temperature of 99.5 degrees (F) or above
Any vendors who exhibit symptoms of acute respiratory illness will be turned away or until their symptoms resolve.
All vendors will need to wear protective masks and utilize a single path of entry and exit to minimize possible spread of infection.
Depending upon the rate of infection in Fresno County, we can offer opportunities for family members to have in-person visits, gate visits or video visits. Please contact the community directly to plan your visit.
The following will remain in place as before:
- NON-URGENT doctor appointments must be rescheduled until the mandate has been lifted. No exceptions. If a resident goes out to an appointment or the emergency room, they will be put in quarantine for 10-14 days. Again, no exceptions.
Our community has completed its vaccination clinics through their pharmacy partners. LeadingAge has a page of COVID-19 vaccine information and resources on their website here. The Society for Post-Acute and Long Term Care Medicine has also created a Q & A document, which we have posted on our website here.
Magnolia Crossing adheres to ongoing guidance from the California Department of Social Services, the Fresno County Public Health Department, and the Center for Disease Control for infection control measures for Covid 19. Please contact our community directly for the latest updates and guidance from these entities changes weekly.