Finally, some good news. Deconfinement measures are starting, so here are the changes that affect caregiver visits:
It is now allowed to leave the Château with the residents for short walks in the surroundings or in the garden. Wearing a mask remains mandatory for visitors and is highly recommended for residents who can tolerate it.
As of June 7th (when Montreal “switched” to an orange zone) the number of caregivers will increase to 4 per resident and two people will be able to visit the resident in his room at the same time. Wearing PPE remains mandatory, but the visor will no longer be required.
For now, visitors that are going on the living environments (floors) still only have access to the resident’s room.
We are hoping to be able to announce more good news in the near future.