Coronavirus Plan Updates

Coronavirus Updates

A Message from Jim Davis, President and CEO

We are pleased to announce that 96% of The Amsterdam’s residents have been vaccinated against COVID-19. This is a significant event, one that a year ago we could only have hoped for.

When one pauses to think about this, it is amazing how effectively the pharmaceutical companies that have developed the vaccines, the logistics providers that have distributed them and the health organizations that have administered the shots, have worked together to bring us to this point.

It is equally amazing how effective the precautions put in place by our staff members and followed by our residents have been in keeping our community safe during what has truly been an extraordinary year.

We know that the friends and family members of our newly vaccinated residents share their excitement in having more opportunity to get together in person now. However, we do want to advise everyone that the CDC and other health authorities still recommend precautionary measures be followed in order for vaccinated individuals to visit safely.

As much as we’d like to fully return to what we considered “normal” before the pandemic began, please be advised that The Amsterdam does have responsibility to follow these guidelines and we greatly appreciate everyone’s continued cooperation in keeping our community safe.

Residents or family members may contact their Amsterdam ambassador for current guidance.

Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.

Warmest regards,

Jim


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