Dear families and friends,
We are celebrating our staff at each of our campuses today. Gov. Burgum declared Tuesday, June 23, Silver Linings Day as a time to recognize long term care workers for the dedication and passion demonstrated since COVID-19 arrived. I could not be more in favor of a day set aside to honor our employees. I have said numerous times, but I am happy to say again, how proud I am of our #EventideHeroes. This virus may be the greatest challenge many of the staff will know in their careers and they have handled it with humility, grace, and compassion.
Eventide Sheyenne Crossings and Eventide Jamestown have planned parades this evening so community members and families can show their appreciation. Eventide’s board of directors has gifted each of our campuses with ice cream or other treats today to show their gratitude. If you have a chance to do so today, I encourage you to thank a long term care worker.
Thank you to all Eventide employees. I am so proud of the quality care you have continued to provide, no matter the challenges we have faced.
The following is an update of active* cases at our locations:
Eventide Fargo Care Center: 0 active residents, 3 active staff.
Eventide Fargo Senior Living Apartments: 0 active residents, 1 active staff.
Eventide Sheyenne Crossings Care Center in West Fargo: No cases.
Eventide Sheyenne Crossings Senior Living Apartments: No cases.
Eventide on Eighth Care Center in Moorhead: 5 active residents, 5 active staff.
The Linden at Eventide on Eighth Senior Living Apartments: No cases.
Eventide Fairmont in Moorhead: 0 active residents, 1 active staff.
Eventide Jamestown Care Center: 0 active residents, 3 active staff.
The Heights at Eventide Jamestown Senior Living Apartments: No cases.
Eventide Heartland Care Center in Devils Lake: No cases.
Eventide Heartland Courts in Devils Lake: No cases.
Eventide Downtown Care Center in Devils Lake: No cases.
Eventide Lake Country Manor Basic Care in Devils Lake: No cases.
Jon Riewer, President and CEO
*The cases reported on the North Dakota Health site are considered active if a resident or staff member have tested positive, but are no longer counted as an active case after 10 days. Eventide follows the CDC test-based strategy in North Dakota which classifies residents as recovered after two consecutive negative tests. Please refer to our updates for accurate information on Eventide’s active cases.