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If someone in your household (lives with you) is being tested for COVID, phone staffing and do not return to work until they receive a negative test result.
Update – Pandemic Pay for Staff The BC Temporary Pandemic Pay Program was announced on May 7, 2020 by the federal government. On September 16th, employers were permitted to submit the straight-time hours worked by front-line health care from March 15 – July 4, 2020. The government information on Temporary Pandemic Pay is online – […]
If you see a heart on the door of a resident room, this is what it means: Red – the resident is Covid positive Orange – resident is pending swab results Blue – resident is in isolation
COVID OUTBREAK UPDATE – Nov. 26, 2020 – Menno Hospital E1 & E2 NEW COVID POSITIVE CASES = 0 CHANGE FROM YESTERDAY = NO CHANGE TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 1 staff member / 0 residents ACTION All residents Hospital in E1 and E2 have been swabbed We are swabbing all of the staff who […]
COVID OUTBREAK UPDATE – Nov. 26 – 2020 – Menno Home E2 NEW COVID POSITIVE CASES = 5 (4 residents & 1 staff Home E2) FIVE ADDITIONAL POSITIVE CASES SINCE YESTERDAY TOTAL COVID POSITIVE CASES = 11 – (10 residents in Menno Home E2 & 1 staff Home E2) ACTION We continue the droplet precautions […]
What should you be doing BEFORE, DURING and AFTER work to help prevent COVID-19 transmission between work and home?
From SafeCare BC: We know how challenging the pandemic has been for everyone, both professionally and personally. That’s why we wanted to let you know about some mental health resources that may be of interest to you. Free Webinar: COVID-19 in Schools – Q&A with Jordan Tinney, Superintendent, Surrey School District (Thursday, November 26 […]
All staff who worked on E1 or E2 from November 18th forward need to get a swab test. You can get a test in the community. You MUST identify that you are part of the Menno Hospital Outbreak (to be processed in the cluster) and were working when a COVID positive staff member was also working.