11 Residents Test Positive for COVID-19 at Kingston Residence of Perrysburg

For Immediate Release

April 16, 2020

At Kingston Residence of Perrysburg, the safety and wellbeing of our residents and staff is our top priority. We are saddened to report we have received confirmation that 11 residents at our building have tested positive for COVID-19.

All affected residents are isolated and are being monitored and we are in contact with families of all residents.

If any other resident’s condition changes or shows any signs of respiratory illness we will be in immediate contact with the family by phone to discuss our care protocols. Any other updates regarding COVID-19 at our building will be posted on our website. We will do our very best to update our site with timely information.

Kingston Residence of Perrysburg has prepared for this possibility. State and county officials continue to assure us that we are taking all appropriate measures to contain further spread of COVID-19. Given the high risk to the population that we serve, we have adopted a number of measures designed to protect our residents and staff. These include:

  • A no visitor policy
  • Health assessments and temperature readings of staff and residents
  • Isolating residents with symptoms
  • Protective masks are worn by residents and and care staff during any visitation
  • Sending staff with symptoms home to quarantine
  • COVID-19 testing is being requested and administered for residents and staff with symptoms

We appreciate your understanding that we are not able to respond to every inquiry while our staff is fully committed to investing as much time as possible toward ensuring everyone under our roof is safe and the families of those immediately affected remain updated.

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Please keep residents, families and our staff at Kingston Residence of Perrysburg in your thoughts as we work through this difficult situation.


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