Source: Vanessa Lee, Ben Cousins, ctvnews.ca, January 20, 2021
To keep residents safe, everyone from the director of facility to the custodial staff have moved in until Quebec’s province-wide lockdown is scheduled to end on Feb. 8th.
OTTAWA — A group of long-term care workers in rural Quebec have taken extreme measures to keep COVID-19 from entering their facility: they have each decided to move in with the residents.
For the second time since the start of the pandemic, employees at Manoir Stanstead in Stanstead, Que., about 160 kilometres southeast of Montreal, have committed to move into the facility for an entire month as a way of limiting their own exposure to the virus and thus keeping their residents as safe as possible.
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