COVID-19 Visitor Policy & Advisory

Latest COVID-19 visitation policy, advisory, guides, and resources at ECON Healthcare

Our Visitor Policy is updated in tandem with national advisories. All guidelines and restrictions put in place are to safeguard the health of our residents, clients and staff. We thank you for working with us to ensure safety for everyone.

 

Note:

As we continue to take  precautions to further reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure and to ensure the safety of our staff and residents,  all visitors are to show proof of a negative ART before visit, the ART kit must indicate date and name written on the ART.

Visitors who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or in close contact with C+ within the last 7 days are strictly not permitted in the centre.

COVID-19 recovered will need to show documentary proof of the recovery.

 

Visitation Policy & Guide

In view of the lifting of current heightened restrictions and in alignment with MOH updated advisory, we will ease measures for in-person visits to our Nursing Homes from 24 November 2022.

All staff and visitors (including vendors and volunteers) are required to wear a mask* when entering the Nursing Homes’ premises.

  1. Each resident is allowed 2 pre-designated visitors per visit per day, capped at  60 mins per visit.
  2. Residents are allowed 4 designated visitors, however, only 2 visitors are allowed 1 physical visit per day.
  3. Visitors are required to pre-register for a time slot on our visitation booking site. Visitors are reminded to arrive on time.
  4. All visitors are to show your TraceTogether app or proof of documentation with vaccination status before entry.
  5. Visitors are to show proof of a negative ART before the visit, the ART kit must indicate the date (dd.mm.yy) and name written on the ART.
  6. Visitors who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or in close contact with C+ within the last 7 days are strictly not permitted in the centre.
  7. Face-to-face visits are conducted in our designated common areas. Centre Managers have the discretion to allocate a safe area for the visit.
  8. For critically ill residents, visitors may be required to don additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), determined by respective Centre Managers on a case-by-case basis.
  9. Visitors are required to bring their own surgical masks and have their masks on when on the premise.
  10. Please note consumption of food and drinks are strictly not allowed during the visit.
**Preferably a surgical mask or a reusable mask with at least 95% bacterial filtration (for visitors only) 

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