MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 23, 2022

MARCH 23, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE 

TERRACE EAST:  MONITORING – Scenario 2 (March 12, 2022)

NO NEW CASES

TOTAL RESIDENTS AND STAFF RECOVERED: 9

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 2 (11 total, 9 recovered)

If we continue with no new cases through Thursday then we anticipate being able to reopen the dining room starting with lunch on Friday, March 25th. In-person recreation activities would also resume at that time.  Look for an update late Thursday afternoon.

Protocols:

  • No communal dining. The Terrace East dining room is CLOSED effective suppertime on Tuesday March 15th. All meals will be served to residents in their apartments.
  • No in-person group activities for Terrace East.
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • Twice a day monitoring for all staff and residents
  • Staff must wear masks and goggles in all resident areas.

Terrace East is NOT in lockdown. Residents are still free to leave their apartment, move around the building (with a mask on), go outside, run errands and receive visitors. Please be careful. Residents are asked not to visit with residents who have an isolation cart outside their apartment. (Isolated residents CAN receive outside visitors provided the visitor wears full PPE.) All visitors coming in to the building will take a rapid test, every visit, until this situation has passed.

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PRIMROSE GARDENS:  SELF-MONITORING – Scenario 1 (March 22, 2022)

NO NEW CASES

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 1

The resident who tested positive is self-isolating. There are no other changes for Primrose Gardens at this time. The dining room remains open.

 

 

MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 22, 2022

MARCH 22, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE 

PRIMORSE GARDENS:  SELF-MONITORING – Scenario 1 (March 22, 2022)

NEW POSITIVE CASES = 1 RESIDENT

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 1

The resident who tested positive is self-isolating. There are no other changes for Primrose Gardens at this time. The dining room remains open.

 

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TERRACE EAST:  MONITORING – Scenario 2 (March 12, 2022)

NEW POSITIVE CASES = 1 STAFF / 0 RESIDENTS

TOTAL RESIDENTS RECOVERED: 2

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 9 (11 total, 2 recovered)

The Terrace East dining room will remain closed this week.

Protocols:

  • No communal dining. The Terrace East dining room is CLOSED effective suppertime on Tuesday March 15th. All meals will be served to residents in their apartments.
  • No in-person group activities for Terrace East.
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • Twice a day monitoring for all staff and residents
  • Staff must wear masks and goggles in all resident areas.

Terrace East is NOT in lockdown. Residents are still free to leave their apartment, move around the building (with a mask on), go outside, run errands and receive visitors. Please be careful. Residents are asked not to visit with residents who have an isolation cart outside their apartment. (Isolated residents CAN receive outside visitors provided the visitor wears full PPE.) All visitors coming in to the building will take a rapid test, every visit, until this situation has passed.

 

 

MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 21, 2022

MARCH 21, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE 

TERRACE EAST:  MONITORING – Scenario 2 (March 12, 2022)

NEW POSITIVE CASES = 1 RESIDENT

TOTAL RESIDENTS RECOVERED: 2

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 8 (10 total, 2 recovered)

 

The Terrace East dining room will remain closed this week.

Protocols:

  • No communal dining. The Terrace East dining room is CLOSED effective suppertime on Tuesday March 15th. All meals will be served to residents in their apartments.
  • No in-person group activities for Terrace East.
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • Twice a day monitoring for all staff and residents
  • Staff must wear masks and goggles in all resident areas.

Terrace East is NOT in lockdown. Residents are still free to leave their apartment, move around the building (with a mask on), go outside, run errands and receive visitors. Please be careful. Residents are asked not to visit with residents who have an isolation cart outside their apartment. (Isolated residents CAN receive outside visitors provided the visitor wears full PPE.) All visitors coming in to the building will take a rapid test, every visit, until this situation has passed.

 

 

MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 18, 2022

MARCH 18, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE 

TERRACE EAST:  MONITORING – Scenario 2 (March 12, 2022)

NO NEW POSITIVE CASES

TOTAL RESIDENTS RECOVERED: 2

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 7 (9 total, 2 recovered)

 

If we continue with no new cases over the weekend then we anticipate being able to reopen the Terrace East dining room early next week.

Protocols:

  • No communal dining. The Terrace East dining room is CLOSED effective suppertime on Tuesday March 15th. All meals will be served to residents in their apartments. Residents will be notified by a memo delivered today (Tuesday).
  • No in-person group activities for Terrace East.
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • Twice a day monitoring for all staff and residents
  • Staff must wear masks and goggles in all resident areas.

Terrace East is NOT in lockdown. Residents are still free to leave their apartment, move around the building (with a mask on), go outside, run errands and receive visitors. Please be careful. Residents are asked not to visit with residents who have an isolation cart outside their apartment. (Isolated residents CAN receive outside visitors provided the visitor wears full PPE.) All visitors coming in to the building will take a rapid test, every visit, until this situation has passed.

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HOSPITAL E1:  Monitoring Over! Declared over Mar 18

NO NEW CASES

 

 

 

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HOSPITAL E2: Self Monitoring Over! Declared over Mar 18

NO NEW CASES

 

MEMO: Terrace East Dining Room Closed

Date:                Tuesday, March 15, 2022
To:                   All Terrace East Residents
Re:                   Dining Room closed until further notice

Dear Residents,

We are sorry to report that there are now 7 COVID positive people in Terrace East – 4 residents and 3 staff. So far all of the symptoms are mild. The staff members are staying home and the residents are isolating in their apartments. This increase in cases means that we have to put some extra measures in place to keep everyone safe.

Here’s what changes starting today:

  1. The Terrace East dining room is closed. Staff will bring your meals to you in your apartment starting with supper on Tuesday night.
  2. All in person recreation activities are cancelled.

We are NOT in lockdown. You are still free to leave your apartment, move around the building (with a mask on), go outside, run errands and receive visitors. Please be careful. Please do not visit with residents who have an isolation cart outside their apartment. All visitors coming in to the building will take a rapid test before they come up to see you.

If you start to feel unwell press your call button and let the care staff know. If you have any questions please call reception 604-851-4004.

MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 16, 2022

MARCH 16, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE 

TERRACE EAST:  MONITORING – Scenario 2 (March 12, 2022)

NEW POSITIVE CASES = 2 STAFF / 0 RESIDENT

TOTAL RESIDENTS RECOVERED: 2

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 7 (9 total, 2 recovered)

Protocols:

  • No communal dining. The Terrace East dining room is CLOSED effective suppertime on Tuesday March 15th. All meals will be served to residents in their apartments. Residents will be notified by a memo delivered today (Tuesday).
  • No in-person group activities for Terrace East.
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • Twice a day monitoring for all staff and residents
  • Staff must wear masks and goggles in all resident areas.

Terrace East is NOT in lockdown. Residents are still free to leave their apartment, move around the building (with a mask on), go outside, run errands and receive visitors. Please be careful. Residents are asked not to visit with residents who have an isolation cart outside their apartment. (Isolated residents CAN receive outside visitors provided the visitor wears full PPE.) All visitors coming in to the building will take a rapid test, every visit, until this situation has passed.

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HOSPITAL E1:  MONITORING – Scenario 2

NO NEW CASES TODAY

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 2 (1 staff, 1 resident)

Protocols:
  • Social visits continue
  • Twice a day monitoring for staff and residents
  • Staff to wear masks and goggles
  • Staff to cohort to E1
  • Staff to use separate entrance
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HOSPITAL E2: SELF MONITORING – Scenario 1

NO NEW CASES TODAY

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 3 staff

Protocols:
  • Social visits and essential visits continue
  • Communal dining stays open
  • Group activities continue
  • Twice a day monitoring for staff and residents
  • Staff to wear masks and goggles
  • Staff to cohort to Menno Hospital E2
  • Staff to use separate entrance

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MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 15, 2022

MARCH 15, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE 

TERRACE EAST:  ENHANCED MONITORING – Scenario 3 (March 12, 2022)

NEW POSITIVE CASES = 2 STAFF / 1 RESIDENT

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 7

Protocols:

  • No communal dining. The Terrace East dining room is CLOSED effective suppertime on Tuesday March 15th. All meals will be served to residents in their apartments. Residents will be notified by a memo delivered today (Tuesday).
  • No in-person group activities for Terrace East.
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • Twice a day monitoring for all staff and residents
  • Staff must wear masks and goggles in all resident areas.

Terrace East is NOT in lockdown. Residents are still free to leave their apartment, move around the building (with a mask on), go outside, run errands and receive visitors. Please be careful. Residents are asked not to visit with residents who have an isolation cart outside their apartment. (Isolated residents CAN receive outside visitors provided the visitor wears full PPE.) All visitors coming in to the building will take a rapid test, every visit, until this situation has passed.

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HOSPITAL E1:  MONITORING – Scenario 2

NO NEW CASES TODAY

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 2 (1 staff, 1 resident)

Protocols:
  • Twice a day monitoring for staff and residents
  • Staff to wear masks and goggles
  • Staff to cohort to E1
  • Staff to use separate entrance
  • Social visits may continue
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HOSPITAL E2: SELF MONITORING – Scenario 1

NO NEW CASES TODAY

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 3 staff

Protocols:
  • Social visits and essential visits continue
  • Communal dining stays open
  • Group activities continue
  • Twice a day monitoring for staff and residents
  • Staff to wear masks and goggles
  • Staff to cohort to Menno Hospital E2
  • Staff to use separate entrance

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MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 14, 2022

MARCH 14, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE 


HOSPITAL E1: ENCHANCED MONITORING – Scenario 2

NEW POSITIVE CASES = 1 STAFF / 1 RESIDENT (Fri)

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 2

Protocols:
  • Twice a day monitoring for staff and residents
  • Staff to wear masks and goggles
  • Staff to cohort to E1
  • Staff to use separate entrance
  • Social visits may continue
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HOSPITAL E2: MONITORING – Scenario 1

NEW COVID CASES = 2 STAFF / 0 RESIDENTS

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 3 staff

Protocols:
  • Social visits and essential visits continue
  • Communal dining stays open
  • Group activities continue
  • Twice a day monitoring for staff and residents
  • Staff to wear masks and goggles
  • Staff to cohort to Menno Hospital E1
  • Staff to use separate entrance

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TERRACE EAST:  MONITORING – Scenario 1 (confirmed March 12, 2022)

NO NEW CASES TODAY

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 4

Protocols:

  • Twice daily symptom screening of staff and residents and have a low threshold for testing any symptomatic staff or residents.
  • Symptomatic residents and residents who test positive are to be placed on isolation/droplet precautions.
  • Group activities continue – Terrace East and Terrace West programs separated.
  • Dining room remains open
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a Rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • No point prevalence testing of asymptomatic residents or staff

MENNO PLACE COVID UPDATE – MARCH 12, 2022

MARCH 12, 2022

Fraser Health Scenarios for Protocols – CLICK HERE

TERRACE EAST:  SELF MONITORING – Scenario 1 (confirmed March 12, 2022)

NO NEW CASES TODAY

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 4

Protocols:

  • Twice daily symptom screening of staff and residents and have a low threshold for testing any symptomatic staff or residents.
  • Symptomatic residents and residents who test positive are to be placed on isolation/droplet precautions.
  • Group activities continue – Terrace East and Terrace West programs separated.
  • Dining room remains open
  • No change to social visits. Visits continue. We ask that all visitors are vigilant about screening themselves, completing a Rapid test when they enter the building, wear a MEDICAL mask (provided), sanitize hands. Do not enter if you are sick.
  • Cohorting staff to the affected area (building).
  • No point prevalence testing of asymptomatic residents or staff
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HOSPITAL E2: MONITORING – Scenario 2 (declared March 10, 2022)

NO NEW CASES TODAY

TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 1 staff

Protocols:
  • Social visits and essential visits continue
  • Communal dining stays open
  • Group activities continue
  • Twice a day monitoring for staff and residents
  • Staff to wear masks and goggles
  • Staff to cohort to Menno Hospital E1
  • Staff to use separate entrance

 

Menno Hospital Resident Council Minutes – March 2022

The Menno Hospital Resident’s Council meeting took place on March 1st . You can download the minutes by clicking here.