Updated: January 10, 2021
Vi at Grayhawk remains committed to the well-being of our residents and staff during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as the vaccine is rolling out across the country, we are also focused on a safe, efficient, and timely distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine to our residents and employees. The vaccine distribution process is changing rapidly as supplies of the vaccines are being allocated and distributed by the federal, state and local governments.
Many factors contribute to how our state and county execute the logistics and prioritization of their vaccination game plan. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has made recommendations on how the COVID-19 vaccination should be facilitated, state agencies and local jurisdictions will ultimately decide the prioritization and timing of who will be receiving the vaccine.
Individually and through our industry associations, we are exerting pressure on government and regulatory agencies and our pharmacy partners to expedite the vaccination for all our Care Center & Independent Living residents and staff.
Vi at Grayhawk will notify residents of all options for vaccination as soon as they become available. We remain diligent in our efforts to obtain vaccinations in the coming weeks for all residents, and we are grateful for your patience.
Reopening the community
At the same time, Vi at Grayhawk continues to implement a cautious, multi-phase strategy to reintroduce activities and services in adherence with state and local health agency guidelines.
This strategy provides a framework for gradually modifying our COVID-19 protocols in Independent Living, with Care Centers following a separate plan. While we continue to focus on detection and prevention of the coronavirus, our goal is to methodically reopen our community’s services, activities and common spaces in phases once the established criteria are met.
The cooperation and spirit of Vi at Grayhawk residents and staff throughout the pandemic have been unparalleled. Their well-being has always been our priority, and it will remain so as we continually assess the efficacy of our reopening strategy.
We continue to offer myriad virtual resources to bolster the mind, body and spirit of our residents and help keep them active, engaged and connected. Those resources have included TED Talks, The Great Courses, virtual museum tours, daily balcony waves, fitness classes, cooking classes, online puzzles and other “stir-crazy” activities.
Our sales team is currently offering virtual tours and events for prospects, and reinitiating tours is also addressed in our reopening strategy. Please contact us to learn more.
We have developed a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to address specific issues in more detail. Download our FAQs document.
For additional information about this disease, please visit the following resources:
- CDC: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: hhs.gov/coronavirus/index.html
Should you have any questions, please contact Executive Director Amy Mataro at 480-659-5100. For media or press inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com.