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MBK Senior Living Coronavirus Update: March 10, 2021

We've reached the first anniversary of the global pandemic. While it is NOT an anniversary we're celebrating, it's worth taking a moment to reflect on how far we've come.

MBK Senior Living communities have held high standards to keep residents, families, and team members well -- and continue to do so. Throughout the crisis, we committed to heightened safety and infection control protocols. We've maintained on-going, transparent communication amidst an ever-changing environment. We've found creative ways to deliver services within COVID-19 safeguards and individual county and state Public Health requirements. We've provided on-going COVID-19 testing to catch exposure as early as possible. And, we have offered onsite access to the COVID-19 vaccine.

It may not feel like it, but we are making progress! To date, more than 90% of residents and 50% of team members have received their COVID vaccination. While the recent CDC announcement regarding mask-less socialization and visitations doesn't apply to long-term care facilities, we continue to advocate for our residents with Public Health to resume services and visitations in an organized and safe manner.

Most communities are already enjoying small group activities, small group dining, and scheduled visitations. Recently, others have opened for tours and in-person visits. We expect that our other communities will follow suit in due time, but it's important to us as a company that we continue to align with Public Health mandates designed for your health and safety.

We are making progress and are confident we will make more in the coming days -- especially as COVID cases continue to decline in the surrounding areas near our communities. We look forward to when we can safely and responsibly return to the active lifestyle our residents love.

If you have specific questions about the status of an MBK community near you, please contact the community’s Executive Director.

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