Guidelines related to COVID-19

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Updated May, 16th 2022 - These requirements will be updated to reflect the evolving situation and any new official measures.

As you are aware, several weeks ago the Quebec government stated that wearing a mask would no longer be mandatory beginning May 14th in Private Seniors’ Residences and elsewhere. Well, today is that day. However, the decision to continue to wear a mask remains an individual choice and we ask that you respect those who do.


Guidelines for Visitors and Caregivers:

✓ As of February 21st, a maximum of 10 people (visitors or caregivers) may simultaneously visit.

As of March 12th, Vaccination Passports will no longer be required.  Signing of the register will also no longer be required

✓ Wearing a mask is no longer required

✓ Physical distancing is no longer necessary


Guidelines for Residents:

✓ Wearing a mask is no longer required

✓ Physical distancing is no longer necessary


Dining Room access for all residents

✓ As of February 21, a maximum of 10 residents per table will be allowed.

✓ A caregiver may dine at the same table as the resident.


IMPORTANT: We are happy to offer, until further notice, free delivery of meals to your apartment on request. To place an order, please call the reception of the residence.


Activities and common areas
✓ All regular activities will resume, with no capacity limits.

✓ All common areas will be accessible again, with no capacity limits.


For further details concerning the resumption of activities, please consult the leisure department of your residence.


Meetings and outings
✓ Once you as a resident venture off the property, you then follow the regulations
assigned to the general population;

✓ Upon returning to your residence please remain vigilant and, for the next 14 days,
watch for any symptoms related to COVID-19.

IMPORTANT: if you experience any symptoms, please get tested quickly and isolate yourself
until you have the result. You are also required to notify the Care Director of your residence.

Note that should an outbreak in your residence be declared by public health, special measures will be added to those already in effect and will be communicated to you.

These government guidelines apply to all private seniors’ residences in the province, regardless of the level of protection currently in effect.

We thank you once again for your ongoing adherence to the mandates imposed on us by the Ministry of Health and Social Services and public health authorities. Together, we will get through this.


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If you have any questions, please contact the Residence's Director of Care.


Please be advised that Le Groupe Maurice is monitoring the situation very closely and is in constant contact with the public health authorities in order to ensure that best practices are adopted and complied with.


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