Updates: May 21

Updates occur daily at 12 p.m. EST. with the exception of weekends.

Menorah Park COVID-19 Status – Updated May 21, 2020 Results
JH Residents ONSITE testing positive for COVID-19 and moved to dedicated COVID unit 7
JH Residents tested positive for COVID-19 and transferred to outside facilities 5
JH Residents RECOVERED and transferred back from outside facilities 7
Number of nursing units impacted 2*
JH Residents in the facility under investigation for COVID-19 symptoms 5
JH/Inn Staff members ONSITE testing positive for COVID-19 0
Menorah Park staff members positive for COVID-19, SELF-QUARANTINED 10

* 1st/2nd Floors of Jewish Home

Ongoing Resident Surveillance and Testing
We continue to monitor all staff and residents in our facility for signs and symptoms and test as necessary.

We are currently working with the Department of Health to bring back our residents who had to be temporarily moved to an offsite COVID unit.

Mandatory Staff Testing
This week we began onsite testing of all staff: full-time staff twice a week and part-time staff weekly.

Ongoing Updates
Menorah Park’s clinical staff will continue to notify you of any changes in the status of your loved one(s). For non-clinical updates, families are encouraged to continue working with their Syracuse Jewish Family Service contact to connect with loved ones via phone and video calls. If you have not received an assignment please contact Ellen Somers, Assistant Director, 315.446.9111, ext. 225 or at  somerse@sjfs.org.

Previous Updates
May 20
May 19
May 15
May 14
May 13
May 12
May 11
May 8
May 7
May 6
May 5
May 4

April 30-May 1
April 29
April 20
March 24

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Media Inquiries
The following individual is available to answer questions or arrange interviews about organizational news, issues, or topics, for all Menorah Park facilities.

Molly Lane
Director, Marketing & Communications
315-446-9111, x126
mlane@menorahparkofcny.com

Posted Under: COVID-19