Covid-19 Update

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Collington COVID-19 Update
Friday, June 12, 2020


Communication Schedule Change
Beginning next week on June 17th, we will transition to a once a week update. The update will be written COVID update on Wednesdays and a live broadcast on Wednesday afternoons at 4:30pm. Other regular updates will be placed in the Courier on Fridays.

Culinary Phased Reopening
Carry out meal service for the main dining room will begin Tuesday, June 16th


• 1st Floor, 2nd Floor, 3rd Floor, 1000’s, 1100’s and 1200’s will be able to pick up their meal from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
• 2000’s, 2100’s, 2200’s, 3000’s, 3100’s, 4000’s, 4100’s, 4200’s, 5000’s and 5100’s will be able to pick up their meals from 2:30 pm to 4:30pm.

Outdoor dining in the Courtyard will be begin on Thursday, June 18th. Please contact Culinary at extension 2135 to reserve a table. Tables have been spaced 6 feet apart and will be limited to 6 persons at a table. For additional information on Culinary Services and Meal changes, please see the Culinary Update in today’s Courier.


Maryland Outbreak Data
For additional information on COVID statistics, please visit:
www.coronavirus.maryland.gov.

Confirmed Cases in the state of Maryland: 60,613 –Last 24 hours +416 Total cases/Prince George’s County: 17,042 —deaths 607

Collington Data
Below is a snapshot of the Collington infection control surveillance line listing. With the increased numbers in testing of all Creighton Center residents and Collington team members, we will no longer report pending cases.

June 12, 2020Creighton
Center
Residents
Independent
Living
Residents
Employees
Current Persons Under
Investigation (PUIs)- those
showing symptoms
consistent with COVID
000
Active Positive Cases203
Total Positive Cases
During Pandemic
(Cumulative)
11212
Total Reported Negative
Tests During Pandemic
65327222
Released/ Recovered from
COVID
42/Apartment9
Deaths with COVID500


*We have residents who have died in our Creighton Center that have also tested positive for COVID-19. At this time, we have no definitive information concerning whether they have died from COVID-19, or with COVID-19, or the illness which placed them in the Creighton Center or on Hospice. Therefore, any death of a person who at the time had an active case of COVID-19 will be listed as “Deaths with COVID” on our dashboard.

Ann Gillespie, CEO

Megan Barbour, COO