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Latest COVID-19 Update

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January 16, 2023

As of 1/13/23 Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH.

Dunklau Gardens is currently in outbreak status. Dunklau Gardens continues to require masking in all public areas.

Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


January 13, 2023

To meet regulatory compliance with notifications, we are providing this courtesy notice regarding a positive COVID case that has been identified within the past 24 hours.

We have identified a couple residents and staff members as COVID positive and have transitioned the residents into our red zone. We will continue testing residents and staff per regulatory guidelines. We will continue to practice safe and effective infection control measures here at Dunklau Gardens. We continue to ask all of our families and visitors to please do not visit if you are not feeling well. Our county transmission percentage remains high. If you must visit, please be sure you are screening in.

We continue to appreciate your support and understanding!


January 6, 2023

As of 1/6/23, Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH. Dunklau Gardens continues to require masking in all public areas.

Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


December 28, 2022

As of 12/28/22, Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGHDunklau Gardens continues to require masking in all public areas.

Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


December 9, 2022

As of 12/9/22, Dodge county transmission rate is RED/HIGHDunklau Gardens continues to require masking in all public areas.

Dunklau Gardens is currently in outbreak status. Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


December 8, 2022

To meet regulatory compliance with notifications, we are providing this courtesy notice regarding a positive COVID case that has been identified within the past 24 hours.

We have identified one additional resident as COVID positive and have transitioned them into our red zone. We will continue testing residents and staff per regulatory guidelines. While an additional COVID case is unfortunate, we are excited to see a dramatic slowing of positive cases in our residents and staff.

We continue to appreciate your support and understanding!


December 1, 2022

As of 12/1/22 Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH.

We have identified 3 positive staff members on 12/1/22. Contact tracing has been performed and the facility is following CMS regulations with resident testing and enhanced screening of residents.

Dunklau Gardens requires masking in all public areas. Visitors may unmask when in a loved one’s room or a private location. Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


December 1, 2022

We have identified additional COVID positive residents and staff during our outbreak testing today. These additional COVID cases are unfortunate, however, they are not entirely surprising, as we are also seeing an increase in COVID and influenza cases in the community. It is because of these increases that we are modifying our visitation practices and postponing scheduled activities in the upcoming weeks.  

To further enhance our safety precautions, effective immediately, the front doors to Dunklau Gardens are locked and we are asking that visitation at this time be postponed if at all possible. Please know, if you chose to come to Dunklau Gardens, you will be asked to be screened prior to entering the building. During office hours, which are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., the doorbell may be utilized at the entrance. After business hours, please call the unit phone number of the resident you wish to visit. Those phone numbers are posted at the entrance. Again, you will be asked to screen for COVID prior to being able to enter the building.   

We are also postponing our Christmas Party currently scheduled for Dec. 7, 2022. A new date has not yet been set, but we will be providing communication to you as soon as we are able.

While we cannot restrict visitation, we strongly encourage you to defer your family visits or gatherings if you are experiencing signs or symptoms of illness or have been exposed to COVID, influenza or RSV. It is disheartening that the need to make these changes is occurring, and we are as saddened, as you most likely are, that this is unfortunately happening during the holiday season.   

The health of our residents and staff remain our utmost concern, and we appreciate your support and understanding in these changes we have to make.

 


November 23, 2022

To meet regulatory compliance with notifications, we are updating you regarding our current positive cases that have been identified within the past 24 hours either via routine testing, testing for identified symptoms or outbreak testing.

We have identified one indirect care staff member and five additional residents as COVID positive.  The five residents who tested positive have been transitioned into the Red Zone.

Current Cohort Status:

DG 100:  Rooms 114, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121

Be assured, we continue to take all necessary precautions to keep our residents and staff safe.  To comply with regulatory guidance, we will be testing all residents on the 200 and 300 units as directed by CMS guidelines over the next few days.  Outbreak testing for staff will be initiated per regulatory guidance as indicated by the COVID status of the facility during this time.

We also encourage everyone to get his or her vaccination and/or booster as that remains the best possible protection in place.  As Covid, Influenza and RSV are currently prevalent in the community, we also continue to encourage you to socially distance, use appropriate masking including wearing your mask while in a resident’s room, and hand hygiene in order to best keep yourselves and your loved ones as safe and free of Covid as possible. 

While we can not restrict visitation, we strongly encourage you to defer your family visits or gatherings if you are experiencing signs or symptoms of illness or have been exposed to Covid, Influenza or RSV.  If you do choose to visit, we encourage you to be cognizant of the need to be direct and not roam about the facility. 

Our appreciation for your support and understanding!


November 18, 2022

As of 11/18/22 Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH.

We have identified 1 positive staff member on 11/18/22. Contact tracing has been performed and the facility is following CMS regulations with resident testing and enhanced screening of residents.

Dunklau Gardens requires masking in all public areas. Visitors may unmask when in a loved one’s room or a private location Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


November 15, 2022

Dunklau Gardens is in outbreak as of 11/15/22.

One staff member has been identified positive. Contact tracing has been performed and the facility is following CMS regulations with resident testing and enhanced screening of residents.


November 11, 2022

As of 11/11/22 Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH.

Dunklau Gardens requires masking in all public areas. Visitors may unmask when in a loved one’s room or a private location.

Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


November 4, 2022

As of 11/4/22, Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH.

Dunklau Gardens requires masking in all public areas. Visitors may unmask when in a loved one’s room or a private location.

Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


October 28, 2022

As of 10/27/22, Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH.

Dunklau Gardens requires masking in all public areas. Visitors may unmask when in a loved one’s room or a private location.

Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


October 21, 2022

As of 10/21/22, Dodge County transmission rate is ORANGE/SUBSTANTIAL.

Dunklau Gardens requires masking in all public areas. Visitors may unmask when in a loved one’s room or a private location.Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days.

Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


October 14, 2022

As of 10/14/22, Dodge County transmission rate is RED/HIGH.

Dunklau Gardens requires masking in all public areas. Visitors may unmask when in a loved one’s room or a private location. Please defer visits if you are ill or have been exposed to someone with COVID in the past 10 days. Thank you for helping keep our residents safe!


September 26, 2022

To meet regulatory compliance with notifications, we are updating our current positive cases that have been identified within the past 24 hours either via routine testing or testing for identified symptoms.

We have identified one direct care staff member as COVID positive and have transitioned some of our residents into isolation (Yellow Zone) due to exposure. We are happy to report we have no COVID positive residents at this time.

Current Cohort Status:

  • DG 300: Rooms 311-1, 311-2, 313-1, 313-2, 319, 320, and 322 are in the Yellow Zone

Our continued appreciation for your support and understanding!


September 12, 2022

To meet regulatory compliance with notifications, we are updating our current positive cases that have been identified within the past 24 hours either via routine testing or testing for identified symptoms.

We have identified one direct care staff member as COVID positive and have transitioned some of our residents into isolation (Yellow Zone) due to exposure. We have one COVID positive resident in our Red Zone at this time as well.

Current Cohort Status:

  • DG 100: Room 120 is in the Red Zone
  • DG 200: Rooms 226-1, 226-2, 221 are in the Yellow Zone
  • DG 300: Rooms 300-1, 300-2, 301-1, 301-2, 303-1, 303-2, 304-1, 305-1, 305-2 are in the Yellow Zone

Outbreak testing continues twice a week for the next 7 days. Please be assured we continue to work hard to prevent the spread of this virus and provide excellent care to our residents.

Our appreciation for your support and understanding!


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