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Coronavirus Update 02.26.21

To Aldersly residents and their families: Thank you all for your efforts to keep yourself and others safe as we navigate reopening our community during COVID-19. With your help we entered Phase Two on February 1st. Today, I have more good news to share. Following our continued review of state and regional criteria, advice from […]

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Coronavirus Update 02.19.21

Dear Aldersly Family, I am so pleased and proud to see our residents and staff remaining resilient during this pandemic challenge. This week began with hope and love as we celebrated the Chinese New Year along with Valentine’s Day and ended today with a better late than never Mardi Gras parade. I hope you will […]

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Coronavirus Update 02.12.21

Dear Aldersly Residents and Family, Over the last 14 days, California has had significant drops in active coronavirus cases combined with increases in vaccinations administered. This has caused local and state public health departments to issue re-opening of next phases for many of the counties, including Marin. Most of my time over these last several […]

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Coronavirus Update 01.22.21

Dear Aldersly Family,  Our community has suffered at the hands of the COVID-19 pandemic over the last year and particularly, the past 4 weeks since the outbreak in Assisted Living. The entire country and world mourn as the deaths in the U.S. rise above 400,000 and the world reaches over 2 million. Our hearts still […]

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Coronavirus Update 01.15.21

Dear Residents and Families,  Today, the Marin County Health Department has deemed Aldersly to no longer have an active COVID-19 Outbreak. The outbreak, primarily in our Assisted Living area, impacted staff and residents as many were hospitalized or required intense treatments, including 5 resident deaths. We extend our heartfelt condolences to the family of our […]

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