Circle Center continues to monitor the latest novel coronavirus (COVID-19) updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Our staff have implemented protocols and preventative measures that are consistent with CDC guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our participants, caregivers, and staff.
Please click here to read our letter to Caregivers regarding our planned phased re-opening to begin on June 22, 2020.
Effective Thursday, March 19th, 2020, Circle Center suspended on-site services. Please click here for more information on this temporary measure of safety.
How is Circle Center addressing the COVID 19 Pandemic.
We continue to follow the guidelines and protocols put forth by Governor Northam and the CDC. Please click here to follow our Facebook page as well as sign up to receive our e-mail communications to stay up to date with our plans, information and resources.
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You can access our Spring Newsletter here. Please see below for archived information detailing how we have been addressing the COVID-19 measures as well as information and resources concerning COVID-19.
Full Circle – Please click HERE to visit our Full Circle page and enjoy every edition of Full Circle, our e-newsletter designed to keep you informed during the Pandemic, and beyond.
- Communicating our health plan to our staff and caregivers
- Educating staff and caregivers on the latest CDC guidelines
What are the symptoms?
According to the CDC, illnesses have ranged from mild to severe. The following symptoms, as per CDC guidelines are the ones we will use as risk factors:
- Shortness of Breath
What should you do if think you or a loved one may have it or been exposed?
The CDC recommends that you call your health care provider if you develop any symptoms or have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID -19 or if you or anyone you are close to has recently traveled to an area with widespread cases of COVID-19 We also recommend you visit Virginia Department of Health for more information.
How can you reduce your risk?
We are continuing to remind all staff, participants, and caregivers to maintain healthy preventative measures as put forth from the CDC.