We hope you are staying healthy. This pandemic is unchartered territory for all of us and continues to change daily. Still, here at Copley, we remain committed to doing everything within our power to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Our number one priority is the safety of our residents and staff and providing you with a clear line of communication.
Moving forward, in compliance with federal rules and regulations, as well as CMS guidelines, we will post the following information on this page: either a single confirmed infection of COVID-19 or three or more residents or staff with new-onset respiratory symptoms occurring within 72 hours of each other. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me.
These are unprecedented times, and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate through this together.
A Note from Copley – March 18, 2021
I am very excited to share some updates we have received from DPH. I’m sure most of you will share my enthusiasm.
- In addition to Copley’s current established in-door and out-door visitor policy, we can now allow residents to visit in their rooms if BOTH the resident and the visitor are fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated means 14 days past the date of the second dose. If the resident is in a semi-private room then the roommate will also have to be fully vaccinated in order for there to be in-room visits. Copley only has a few residents that are not vaccinated at this time. Face masks are still required at all times by the visitor and as able by the residents. No appointment is required but again all in-room visitors are required to be fully vaccinated. Visits will be subject to the pre-pandemic visitor policy.
Copley will still be making available scheduled visits for those that do not meet the requirements for in-room visits.
- The main dining room is open daily for breakfast and will re-open for all meals on April 1st. Guests that are fully vaccinated can sit together at tables and enjoy their meals together.
- Our activities department is implementing a new calendar that allows residents that are fully vaccinated to enjoy programs together and in small groups. Copley can still not have entertainers and/or those playing wind instruments. Once the weather is better Copley can again have outdoor activities in the courtyard, including visits. The six-foot requirement will only be for those that are not fully vaccinated.
As you can see all of our loosened guidance from DPH is predicated on those that are fully vaccinated. I cannot encourage you enough to get vaccinated. All of us at Copley want to get back to the days of pre-COVID when we could gather together and have functions. Getting vaccinated is a huge step in achieving that goal.
As always please feel free to call me with any questions.
Covid-19 Vaccine Information
Important Weekly Updates
2/26/2021- We are thrilled to report that today Copley at Stoughton received a deficiency-free infectious control survey, which means we are now able to take new admissions! We are grateful to everyone for their patience. Please contact us directly for additional information.
Copley’s Updated COVID-19 Numbers (Active/Cumulative)
Pursuant to MA DPH requirements, Copley continues to test its staff on a weekly basis.
Active cases: 0
Total Cumulative cases: 55
Active cases: 0
Total Cumulative cases: 50