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Embracia Moonee Valley – Reopened

November 8, 2021

We are pleased to be able to inform you that all the COVID tests from residents and staff have returned negative results. Therefore, we are pleased to be able to lift the snap lockdown and welcome visitors back into the home and residents to resume their normal routines.

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Embracia Moonee Valley – Snap Lockdown

November 5, 2021

Regrettably we advise that Embracia Moonee Valley were notified that a visitor who attended our home on 2nd November has since tested positive to COVID-19. They are double vaccinated and wore a face mask during their visit which was only in a resident’s room. We would like to thank them for their responsible and considerate action in notifying us of their condition. We wish them all the very best as they recover.

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Embracia Moonee Valley – End of Quarantine

October 19, 2021

This afternoon, the Western Public Health Unit have authorised a step-down in the outbreak to enhanced surveillance.

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Embracia Reservoir – Joy household is now a “green zone”

We a pleased to share more good news with you all.  After our last round of tests for our Joy household, we can confirm that all results were negative to COVID-19 and as such, the Joy household joins Harmony, Peace and Happiness households as a “green zone” which is a COVID free zone!

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Embracia Reservoir – Gradual down grades

October 15, 2021

We are pleased to inform you that we have received the results from the testing conducted on the 12th October and they are all NEGATIVE for both residents and staff.

Therefore, we have been advised Harmony, Peace and Happiness households have been downgraded to green zones. This means that all residents in these households may move about and socialise within their households. We have also just received advice from DHHS that the green households “are able to have visitors within the current guidelines for a non-outbreak setting”. That is, visitation is restricted to only visitors who are required to provide physical and emotional support to the residents.

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