VERO BEACH, Florida - March 22, 2021 | Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services provide guidelines to senior living communities that will allow for safe visitation amid COVID-19 pandemic at HarborChase assisted & independent living and memory care communities effective immediately.
Since the first reports of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emerged in the United States, all HarborChase communities have taken special, proactive precautions to protect those in our communities from the virus and we continue to do so. Those measures are based upon the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as other leading health organizations, and our own task force.
Previously published by wpbf.com | STUART, Fla. — Residents and staff members at the HarborChase senior living community in Stuart got their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine Friday, January 22, 2021.
Previously published by WPTV.com | PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Nearly 100 residents and staff members at HarborChase of Palm Beach Gardens, a senior living community, started receiving the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, January 18, 2021.
VERO BEACH, Florida – January 4, 2021 – Harbor Retirement Associates has successfully completed COVID-19 vaccine clinics at several HarborChase communities for residents and associates. The clinics were completed in one day at HarborChase of Naples and Venice, Florida, Rock Hill, South Carolina, and Southlake, Texas, and will return to the community in approximately one month to administer the second round of the vaccine. All residents are eligible to receive the optional vaccine. All associates are strongly encouraged to receive the vaccine in an effort to continue to combat the spread of COVID-19.
VERO BEACH, Florida - December 11, 2020 – Harbor Retirement Associates will make the COVID-19 vaccine available to associates and residents at all HarborChase communities (not the general public). All residents will be eligible to receive the optional vaccine. All associates are strongly encouraged to receive the vaccine in an effort to continue to combat the spread of COVID-19.