Important information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how you can help

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Information

A Note From Us

Catholic Eldercare is grateful for the opportunity to care for our older adults.  We realize our seniors are most at risk for complications from this virus.  We continue to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).  Our priority is to keep everyone safe and healthy during this public health crisis.

Our Communication Plan

Catholic Eldercare is committed to open, transparent communication.  

As information becomes available we communicate using phone calls, emails, our hotline and weekly letters posted to our website.  

Following specific guidelines from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), we are notifying residents, their representatives and families of new positive confirmed COVID-19 infection and/or three or more residents or staff with new onset of respiratory symptoms occurring within 72 hours of each other.   This is provided via our hotline (612) 362-2411 which is updated daily by 5 p.m.

As guidelines change our site will be updated accordingly to assure you are receiving proper information.


Recent Updates:

Call our hotline (612) 362-2411 for a daily update on single confirmed infections in 24 hrs. or a new onset of symptoms in residents or staff within past 72 hrs.

Read current updates from Catholic Eldercare by downloading the below PDFs.



Please read through our answers to common questions regarding the COVID-19 virus and how we are managing the care of you loved ones.

How are the COVID-19 positive patients being separated from other patients?
How are residents being kept apart? I am sure with memory care, it is hard to get them to stay in their rooms.
Have all of the Healthcare workers been able to be tested and will they continue to be?
How is the health of residents being monitored?
Can we send treats, gifts, or clothing for her via Amazon or Target? Is someone available to disinfect the items?
When will you be able to test people who are not symptomatic?
What are the visit recommendations for a resident who is in hospice and nearing end of life?