Resumption of Face-to-face visitations at Nursing Homes

We recognise that it has been a difficult period for family members and Caregivers who wish to visit your loved ones at our nursing homes during the Circuit Breaker and in Phase 1 of Post-circuit Breaker. The Multi-Ministry Taskforce has recently announced plans to move from Phase 1 Post-circuit Breaker to Phase 2, hence, visits to nursing homes will resume gradually and cautiously from 19th June 2020.

As seniors are especially vulnerable, we will be extra careful and put additional precautionary measures in place to protect our residents as more activities resume. We will continue to keep up with infection control practices and safe distancing measures, therefore upon entry to our Centre, you will be required for health declaration, temperature screening and signing in to Safe-Entry App to Check-in and Check-Out from the vicinity.

To minimize the risk of infection in the Centre, each resident will be allowed a total of two designated visitors, and only one may visit each day, with each visit limited to 30 minutes. Visitors should not visit if unwell and wear a mask at all time when you are in the Centre. In addition, total number of visitors allowed each day in the Centre will be capped.

You may contact our Admin Office at the respective Centre to register the two designated visitors and arrange for the visitation appointment in advance. No visitors will be allowed with no prior appointment.

Meanwhile, we will still keep our Video Calls open, do call us in advance to book the time slot.

We seek your kind understanding of the above, visitors who disregard the rules will be turned away. And we will review these visitor management measures and may adjust accordingly. Once again, we would like to appeal to your patience and kind understanding.

As always, we wish you and your love ones safe and well.