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Holiday, like other senior living companies across the world, is actively engaged in efforts to prepare for and mitigate the impact of COVID-19. We are monitoring the situation closely. The health, safety, and well-being of our residents and employees, is our top priority.  We will continue to update the website regularly to keep you informed.

 

Updated as of April 3, 2020 5:32 pm

 

Holiday Update

We continue to closely monitor this quickly changing situation and make decisions based on the guidance of local, state, and federal health authorities.

 

Communications from public health agencies advise us to take accelerated steps to ensure the well-being and safety of our community. Effective March 19, all Holiday communities will have transitioned from dining room service to room delivery. As we take this step, please note that there is a national shortage of to go containers as restaurants have moved to home delivery. Because of this, meal packaging may vary from day to day and sometimes meal to meal. We appreciate your understanding while we change our daily dining program and take action to protect our residents and our employees.

 

With visitor restriction protocols in place, we have also moved to customized virtual tours at all of our communities. In addition, new leases can be signed via Docusign for future move-in dates.

 

Holiday Communications

 

 

Travel Guidance

 

Employee and Resident Travel

Holiday is requiring all employees and residents to follow all CDC travel health notices. The current set of travel health notices can be found here.

 

If a resident returns from a country under a CDC level 3 warning or from a cruise ship, they will be required to stay in their apartment for 14 days after returning to the United States and practice social distancing

 

If an employee returns from a country under a CDC level 3 warning or from a cruise ship, they will be required to stay away from their workplace for 14 days after returning to the United States and practice social distancing.

 

We recommend employees and residents curtail all other non-essential travel to areas under a CDC level 2 alert, which includes the United States. If travel is necessary, employees and residents should follow the enhanced precautions described on the CDC website.

 

Visitor Resources

  • Only essential visitors will be permitted into the community: caregivers (including family members who provide care for a resident) and health aides. Family members may visit residents on hospice.
    • All permitted visitors will be screened based on public health guidelines (including temperature checks where equipment is available).
    • All doors will be locked except for the main front door.
    • At the unlocked main door, a staff member will be present to screen appropriate visitors and grant entry during our business hours of 7:30am - 7:30pm.

 

Holiday Resources

Below are contacts for questions or concerns relating to COVID-19. If you are having an emergency or need urgent care, please dial 911.

 

External Resources