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COVID-19 Precautions & Preventative Measures at Pacifica Senior Living

Feb 2, 2022 12:35:11 PM / by Pacifica Senior Living

Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our residents and staff. At Pacifica Senior Living, we are going above and beyond in the face of COVID-19 to minimize the risk of infection throughout our communities, implementing new precautions to reduce the spread of illness.


We offer the COVID-19 vaccine to all current community members, incoming residents, and staff members who have not yet received inoculation. We are holding clinics in our communities for this purpose, including booster clinics to ensure that everyone who needs the vaccine can receive it.


Our communities are working alongside local labs to provide routine testing for COVID-19, helping us identify cases throughout the residence before they can spread to others. Once a person tests positive for COVID-19, we work with them to fulfill our quarantine and social distancing requirements while helping them access the care and assistance they need.


We are sending rapid tests to all of our communities, with more on the way. By providing rapid tests, we are able to detect cases of COVID-19 more quickly by reducing the time between contracting the virus and detection. We are also providing Personal Protective Equipment to our communities, our staff, and our residents, helping them navigate their daily routines with a reduced risk of contracting an illness.


At Pacifica Senior Living, our residents and our staff’s health are our top priority. We want to encourage healthy practices like hand washing, getting vaccinated, and wearing masks through example, while minimizing the spread of infection on campus with prompt and accurate testing.
We invite families to learn more about our COVID-19 precautions and preventative measures by chatting with us, or by calling our friendly staff. We will continue to go the extra mile, helping our staff and residents stay healthy and avoid infection.


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