COVID-19 News : June 25th Update

June 25, 2021

Dear Friends and Families,

The Grove continues to follow current CDC and Riverside County Health Department guidelines regarding visitation and mask wearing during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, all healthcare facility employees, residents and visitors must wear facial masks while in the community. However, residents do not need to wear masks while alone in their rooms or in the dining room. Employees continue to be screened at the beginning of every shift and are required to stay home if they have any symptoms of illness. Any visitor coming into the community is required to be screened at the front desk. If for any reason, there is not a staff member at the front desk, please notify staff on the 3rd floor that you are visiting so that they can perform the necessary screening process.

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COVID-19 News



April 22, 2020

Dear Residents and Family Members:

First of all, we at The Grove Care & Wellness Assisted Living want to extend our heartfelt thanks to each of you for your support and understanding during this challenging time. Your cooperation is key in allowing our team to focus our efforts on keeping your loved ones safe and comfortable. We are truly all in this together.

We would like to update you on how things are going at The Grove as it relates to COVID-19.

We are happy to report, we continue to have NO residents or staff with a positive diagnosis of COVID-19, or showing signs or symptoms of illness.

However, since our last communication, we learned yesterday that there is now a resident from the skilled nursing section of our building with a positive COVID-19 test. Read more

Information Regarding Visitation

Dear Residents, Family and Friends:

On March 14, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services advised of a nationwide restriction on visitation for certain health facilities, due to the coronavirus. Though these restrictions were drafted for skilled nursing facilities, they address risks similar to those posed to other senior living communities. CMS has directed that only health care workers or end-of life visitors be allowed to visit the community during this time. Until further notice, we will follow this direction, and will not permit non-essential visitors. We continue to encourage virtual visitation by phone, FaceTime, Skype, etc. It is important for you to remain connected with your loved one, and we will be happy to work with you to accomplish this in the absence of an in-person visit. Read more