Good Neighbor Home in Manchester Restricting Visitors

The Good Neighbor Home in Manchester announced Tuesday that they’ll be closing to visitors.

CEO Matt Carpenter tells KMCH this is a temporary suspension of visits as they wait for two COVID-19 PCR test results. Heightened precautions are being taken as the positivity rate is nearing 10% for Delaware County.

Carpenter says they’re still allowing compassionate care visits, which is only for immediate family, including siblings, children and spouses.

The Good Neighbor Home reopened to visitors on March 12th after a year of visiting restrictions due to the pandemic.

The visitation policy for The Meadows has not changed – visitors are not being restricted there at this time.

Today’s Easter Egg Hunt and Parade at the Good Neighbor Society campus is still on, but no one will be allowed indoors.

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