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PLC COVID-19 Toolkit

March 9, 2020

Last updated 12/2/20

A Letter from the Petras Family

We understand that the spread of COVID-19 and how it impacts our communities may continue to be a concern for family members. The safety of our residents and staff remains and will continue to be our greatest concern. The Priority Life Care COVID-19 toolkit was created to help prevent and stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Above Priority Life Care guidelines and protocol, each of our communities abides by their state and local county departments of health.

As added safety measures, we have increased sanitation of high-touch areas throughout the day, nightly deep cleans, temperature and wellness checks for employees, residents, and visitors, face masks and shields worn by employees at all times, and physical distancing.

At this time, our states have approved family visits in exterior locations, and in some states, inside of communities. Call your local community to understand their status and schedule a visit with your loved one.

Additionally, the Priority Life Care toolkit contains educational guidelines and protocols aimed to protect our residents, families, and staff against COVID-19 and other communicable diseases. Below are some examples of how you can help protect the residents, as well as prevent the spread throughout the community.‚Äč

Feel free to use any of the following tools for your purposes.


Sevy Petras, CEO & Bobby Petras, COO

CDC Holiday Guidelines

CDC Holiday Guidelines can be found here:

Fight Germs, Wash Your Hands Video

From the CDC, this handwashing demonstration will show you how handwashing can get rid of germs and chemicals that get on our hands every day.

Informational Items


Use of a Cloth Mask


In addition to personally reaching out to residents and family members, it may be helpful to send a letter. Feel free to customize the following for your community.

Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention Links

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