COVID-19 Update 7-29-20

Dear families and friends,

It has been wonderful witnessing our residents reunite with loved ones. There is no doubt that isolation has been difficult for those we care for and we are pleased to be offering scheduled visits. With that said, we are also aware of the rising COVID-19 numbers in our states. It is more important now than ever that we all strictly follow social distancing guidelines. During your visits, please wear your mask, stay six feet away from residents, and refrain from physical contact. I know it is difficult to not hold the hand of a loved one or share a hug, but it is necessary to keep our residents healthy. We have come a long way in the past few months and we do not want to get to a point where we would have to restrict visits again. I know we all want what is best for our residents, and ensuring their safety requires that we all stay diligent in the fight against COVID-19.

Below is an update of active cases at our locations and which can also be found here, where they are updated regularly.

The following is an update of cases at our locations:

Eventide Fargo Care Center: 0 active residents, 2 active staff.

Eventide Fargo Senior Living Apartments: 0 active residents, 1 active staff.

Eventide Sheyenne Crossings Care Center in West Fargo: 0 active residents, 2 active staff.

Eventide Sheyenne Crossings Senior Living Apartments: 0 active residents, 1 active staff.

Eventide on Eighth Care Center in Moorhead: 0 active residents, 1 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: 1 active resident, 2 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.

Sincerely,

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.