Casey’s Pond Residents and Team Members Receive Vaccine

Health & Wellness  |  December 28, 2020

Casey’s Pond resident receives first round of COVID-19 Vaccine

We are excited to announce our Steamboat Springs, CO managed community Casey’s Pond have had their first vaccine clinic. Residents received the first round today, Dec 28th with an additional clinic planned for tomorrow with help from the Lyon’s Corner Drug Pharmacy. On Wednesday Dec 23rd, 40 team members were vaccinated in a partnership with the Yampa Valley Medical Center and Routt County Health Department.

CLC and our management company Cappella Living Solutions Communities are grateful to be part of the first tier of vaccinations in order to better protect the vulnerable older adult population we serve.

 

 

COVID-19 Vaccine

Casey’s Pond Certified Nursing Assistant Liz Taper was one of 40 team members to be vaccinated Wednesday, December 23rd
The COVID-19 vaccine is the light at the end of this dark season. We look forward to a bright future where we can return to normal community life where aging is honored and celebrated. We encourage you to be vaccinated as soon as the COVID-19 vaccine is available to you.

 

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