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5/14/2020

Despite the Safer at Home order ending, the Department of Health Services visitation restrictions are still in place at all Clearview Campuses.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

We want to let all of our residents know that due to the increase in respiratory illness and the rise of Coronavirus in Wisconsin, Clearview is following the State’s guidelines and will be restricting visitors at this time. The entrances to the building will be locked during this time. If you need help with getting in touch with your family, please contact the social worker. 

For health and safety, we will be providing activities in small group settings. Large groups, religious gatherings, and activity outings have been canceled until further notice. We will be doing activities on the households like normal and will be adapting some of our activities and church services so that residents are able to participate in as much as possible.

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On March 4, 2020 information from Human Services and Health Department was sent to employees regarding Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). 

 There have been some inquires for additional information.  Below please find some resources that may be helpful:

 Dodge County Public Health (Search and “Like” on Facebook)  https://www.facebook.com/Dodge.Cty.PublicHealth

 Information from Dean Health Plan is also provided below.

 We will continue to send updates as appropriate.

Dean Health Plan Employer Essentials

Dean Health Plan is prepared should the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 worsen in our area. We have plans for operating the business, managing claims, issuing pre-authorizations, and continuing to serve you and your employees and their

family members.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention states that the immediate health risk from COVID-19 is considered low for most of the American public.

Individuals are encouraged to take everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses:

  • Coughing into one’s inner elbow
  • Avoid touching your nose or face
  • Careful handwashing
  • Staying home when ill
  • Getting a seasonal flu shot, even this late in the season

These steps are all effective ways to stay healthy and avoid spreading germs. Here’s a CDC Fact Sheet on COVID-19 you may disseminate to your employees..

If you have questions about Dean Health Plan’s response to COVID-19, please contact your agent.