Parkville Manor

COVID-19 Updates

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Last Update: December 4, 2020 | 12:21 PM

Parkville Manor is still Covid-19 free

To our Community:

December 4, 2020 – Parkville Manor, a home to seniors and assisted living in downtown Saskatoon has recently had a Covid19 scare. We would like to inform the general public and our community that the Parkville Manor is still Covid free. 
At the start of the pandemic, which hit Canadian soil on January 27, 2020, Parkville Manor has maintained the highest standard of preventative measures as advised by the WHO (World Health Organization. On November 29th, 2020, the Parkville Manor reported that a part-time employee had contracted the virus off the premises. Any close contacts with this employee have been tested negative. This employee was never in contact with any residents at Parkville Manor.  
On Thursday December 3, 2020 Parkville Manor received an all clear from the government Health and Safety Inspector. They were simultaneously highly satisfied with the preventative measures in place. 
Earlier this week, in response to this Covid-19 scare we made the executive decision to cancel all activities within the Manor, as well as limit entry to essential caregivers. 
At Parkville Manor the well-being and safety of our residents is of paramount importance and something we take very seriously. Since the start of the Pandemic, we have committed to keeping life as safe for our residents and as normal as possible for them in their home. We place extreme value and care in our approach to health, safety and meaningful socialization.
We share your concerns over the health and safety of our residents. We can assure you that we are doing everything in our power to provide a safe and secure environment for the people that call Parkville Manor home. 

Terry Verbeke, CEO