Dear Carillon at Belleview Station Community,
We are writing with good news. We completed the second round of testing and all results were negative. For that reason, we are able to reopen the dining room and resume activities and indoor visitation, beginning today.
All residents must continue to wear masks when out of their apartment, whether or not they have been vaccinated. Visitors must wear a mask at all times when in the community. All residents and visitors must continue to socially distance by remaining at least 6 feet from other individuals. Seating at meals will continue with social distancing, as was previously taking place.
We will continue to test all residents and staff on a weekly basis and will inform you if there are any positive results from this testing. We appreciate your continued cooperation with testing.
For everyone’s safety, as well as the requirement from the health department that we close dining and activities if a resident is COVID-19 positive, we are requiring that all residents who move into Carillon in the future be Covid-19 immune either from having a prior case of Covid-19 or having received the vaccine. This will help to considerably decrease the chances of another outbreak.
We are so grateful for everyone’s continued vigilance in complying with Covid-19 guidelines. Your cooperation with the guidance has been instrumental in keeping our associates and residents safe.
We will continue to stay in close communication with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and specialists at Denver County and to follow their direction and protocols, as well as those of our Medical Consultant, Dr. Gagandeep Singh.
If you have any further questions, please reach out to Carillon at Belleview Station’s Executive Director, Elizabeth Girling, at (720) 440-8200.
Tom & Susie Finley – Founder & Principal