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Covid-19 procedures

Covid 19 Visitation Process at Gaia’s Remedy Assisted Living:



  • On the day of your visit, you must self-screen for symptoms by answering the following questions

Do you or have you in the last 14 days had any of the following symptoms?

  1. Cough, sneezing, shortness of breath, sore throat, or any of the other COVID-19 symptoms such as chills, muscle pains, headache, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue, gastrointestinal illness (nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea)

  2. Are you currently taking any fever-reducing medications?
  3. Have you had exposure to or reside with someone with documented or suspected COVID-19 in the last 14 days?

  4. Have you had a fever of 99° or higher in the last 14 days?

    • If you answered “YES” to ANY of these questions, unfortunately you are not permitted to visit

    • If you answered “NO” to ALL of these questions and you do not have a fever (99° or higher) at the time of your visit, you may attend your scheduled visit.


  • Mask Use – You must wear a mask or cloth face covering over your nose and mouth for the duration of the visit.

  • Entry Procedure – Please ring the doorbell upon arriving at the facility. The staff member will meet you outside to perform an additional screening with a temperature check and symptoms questionnaire. If you pass the on-site screening, the staff member will direct you to the designated visitation area.  

  • Social Distancing – You must maintain a social distance of 6 ft. at all times during your visit.

  • Please use the designated call button if you need assistance from a care staff member as well as to notify the care staff that you will be leaving.

  • If you bring food or beverages to your family member, we will give it to them at a time after your visit. Unfortunately, at this time you cannot share these items with your family member as it will require you and the resident to take off your masks.

  • Any visiting child that is not being held (or is in a stroller/baby carrier) is required to follow the same precautions such as: wearing a mask and maintaining at least a 6 ft. physical distance.


Visits will be monitored by staff to ensure these procedures are being followed.

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