COVID-19 restrictions across the country are easing as states work to balance reopening of the economy with efforts to keep people safe from the virus.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, SARS-CoV-2 has been particularly dangerous for our long-term care residents. Mutations create new disease variants and new challenges for our staff and residents. To keep our residents as safe as possible we are asking visitors to work with us to decrease the spread of COVID-19 in our settings.

Omicron and other variants emphasize the importance of vaccination and boosters to not only prevent disease from some variants, but also to decrease the illness severity from other variants. Maintaining strict infection prevention and control protocols is critical to protect our residents.

We are so happy visitation is open and welcome you to our community.

We thank our dedicated and trained caregivers.
Together, we will combat COVID-19.

Covid Family connection

There are some things you can do that are highly recommended to help keep our residents and staff healthy during this time.

  • Consider an over-the-counter COVID-19 test prior to visiting. This strategy helps to keep those who are ill from carrying COVID-19 into our residents and staff.
  • Wear masks while in the building.
  • We also recommend wearing masks when you’re in public. This recommendation is because of the extremely high transmission rate in Minnesota right now; and, to reduce the likelihood asymptomatic visitors will carry COVID-19 to our residents and staff.
  • Be alert to your own health.  Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath or other symptoms of illness.  We want to avoid COVID-19 entering our building but we also want to avoid the flu and other illness too.
  • Screen yourselves before entering the building. If you have a temperature, any symptoms of COVID-19, or have a known exposure to someone who is COVID positive, please do not visit.
  • Wash your hands often and frequently while visiting. Handwashing is the number one defense against all infections.
  • Please visit in your loved one’s room or apartment.
  • Physically distance from others while visiting.
  • Visit your loved one but do not go to other areas of the building.
  • Do not visit with large groups of people. Larger groups are encouraged to divide into smaller groups to minimize the risk of infection.

We understand vaccines provide protection against severe illness and death.  However, the best outcome is for us not to be infected in the first place. We hope you and your loved one have a happy and safe visit.

Keeping Your Loved Ones Safe

Ways We Can Connect

  • Indoor visits 7 days a week
  • Letters, phone calls, and text messaging

Visitor Policies:

  • Indoor visits 7 days a week 
  • There currently is not a limit on how many visitors per resident
  • All visits must take place in resident's apartment

Ongoing Safety Protocols for Assisted Living, Memory Care, Long-Term Care:

  • 14-day quarantine upon move in is not required for any new Resident and/or hospital return if the Resident is fully vaccinated.
  • Fully vaccinated means: Resident is 2-weeks post receiving 2nd dose of 2-step vaccine or 2-weeks post single dose of single dose vaccine.
  • Resident Screening: Routinely conducting health screening
  • Team Member Health Screening: Checking temperatures on arrival and at the end of shifts
  • Masks for all
  • Safe distanced group activities in many of our communities
  • Safely distanced dining
  • The use of face masks and all appropriate PPE by team members to reduce transmission of the virus
  • Those we serve are wearing face masks when receiving cares or when out of their apartments
  • We’re prepared to care for individuals on COVID precautions, following all safety protocols for isolation, PPE and care
  • We continue to focus on infection control and prevention, following all CDC guidelines

New Residents

We are welcoming new residents to our communities across our organization every day

We have a dedicated team ready to listen and help you learn more about our communities. We’ll take you on a tour and address your individual questions. We’ve developed an easy process for move-in to ensure that your loved one is safe and comfortable. Progressive Care’s commitment to the physical, social and emotional well-being of those we serve.


We are partnering with our state health agencies for guidance on proactive testing for residents and team members in several of our communities. This testing is a helpful tool in identifying potential asymptomatic COVID-19 positive cases that may not otherwise be identified, to support our goal of reducing the transmission of the virus at our communities.