Outdoor Visitation with Long-Term Care Residents Began as of Sunday, June 21
esidents of long-term care facilities will be able to have outdoor visits with loved ones in designated outdoor space starting Sunday, June 21—Father’s Day– under a directive to long-term care facilities issued today by the state Department of Health. The Health Department has received input and worked collaboratively with long-term care providers on developing this directive to accommodate visitors.
Prior to transporting a long-term care resident to a designated outdoor space, visitors must be screened for COVID-19 symptoms – including a temperature check – and facilities must follow safety and infection prevention and control measures in order to allow visitation.
Click here to read the full press release about the NJ Health Department Directive to Facilities Outlines Guidelines.