Westminster Canterbury COVID-19 Update

Westminster Canterbury remains committed to keeping you informed on developments related to COVID-19 in our community. We follow the latest guidance from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Virginia Department of Health (VDH). Currently, according to the CDC, the COVID-19 Community Level for Henrico County remains high. Since our last update on Monday, June 11, we learned of six new cases among residents and five new cases among employees. To help prevent being exposed, it is recommended that you wear a mask when you are unable to maintain social distancing.

Mary Morton Parsons Health Center

Three additional residents of Parsons Health Center Second Floor North tested positive for COVID-19 during regular testing, bringing the total cases there to nine. These residents are in quarantine, and thankfully they are faring well. Residents and staff who live and work in exposed hallways are being tested regularly. Visitation continues, but please note that visitors in certain areas may need to follow additional precautions such as wearing personal protective equipment (PPE). Additional cleaning and infection control practices are in place.

Resident and Employee Cases of COVID-19

One Assisted Living resident tested positive for COVID-19 during a visit to the hospital. Two residents of Independent Living tested positive for COVID-19 and continue to recover in quarantine. All others have recovered.

A total of eleven employees tested positive for COVID-19 and continue to recover in quarantine. They work in Avalon, Child Development Center, Dining, Housekeeping, Parsons Health Center and Resident Services. Anyone who may have been exposed to these individuals has been contacted.

Ongoing Updates

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