- Patricia Riley
Vista Cove Takes Steps to Keep Residents Healthy
Updated: Sep 8, 2020
In the wake of the COVID-19 virus outbreak in the Coachella Valley Vista is keeping with the CDC and statewide guidelines. All nonessential visitors-family members, vendors, delivery persons--are prohibited from coming into the community and all communication with staff is being handled by phone. In addition, the adult day program and all in person tours are on hold. These measures are being taken to keep the number of people who enter the community and the level of exposure to the virus for the residents and caregivers to a minimum.
For medically necessary visitors, please cal the Vista Cove office at 760.324.4604 for instructions on what to do when you're at the entry gate. You may leave packages on the table near the door of the office, paperwork may be place in the black box near the office. If a signature is needed, you may sign, "Stacy Slankard, Business Office Manager."
Family members are asked to call their loved ones Vista Cove instead of visiting. appointments may be made for Facetime or Duo calls, and visits through the fence.
Protect yourself and your community from getting and spreading respiratory illnesses like COVID-19. Everyone has a role to play in staying healthy. Family members, friends and visitors of Vista Cove are encouraged to check cdc.gov for the latest updates and safety precautions.