Health & Wellness - March 24, 2020

Collin County and Denton County, TX Judges Issue Stay-at-Home Orders

Collin County, TX and Denton County, TX Judges have issued stay-at-home orders (also known as a shelter-in-place order) effective Tuesday, March 24.  The order means that residents of Villagio Carrollton, Villagio McKinney, and Villagio Plano will not be allowed to leave the community except for essential medical visits.

All previous virus mitigation restrictions continue to remain in place regarding dining, limited life enrichment, and only essential care visitors. Senior living providers will continue to operate. All community employees are considered essential workers and will continue to report to work as scheduled, providing they are well.

All employees and care essential visitors will continue to be screened, and temperatures checked before entering the community. We maintain daily virus-mitigation cleanings and careful assessment for any signs or symptoms of COVID-19.

At this time, we DO NOT have any confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our communities.

We will continue to update you as the situation evolves. Please visit this website and Villagio’s Facebook page for updates and information.

As always, the health and safety of residents and team members are number one priority. Thank you for your support during this COVID-19 health crisis.

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