With the entry into phase 2 of the de-escalation, visits to the residents of the Santa Llúcia nursing home are authorized, after two and a half months of isolation. The Mayor's Department and the management of the center have been working for days on preparing for this new stage and preparing the facilities to receive visits from abroad.
Everything is ready so that, starting on Wednesday, June 3, residents can receive the visit of their loved ones always under the rules of a protocol drawn up with the aim of guaranteeing the safety of residents and avoiding possible contagion.
All visits must be arranged by appointment, by calling 96 642 11 08. The daily visit limit is 3 and will take place between 9.30 am and 13 pm. Visits per resident are limited to two people and will last half an hour. If the visitors are together, they can enter together. If they are not, they will enter individually, in shifts of 15 minutes each.
Inlet and outlet ducts have been established at the facilities, signaling them to differentiate them. The entrance will be made through the black fence attached to the car park. Likewise, two types of access control are enabled: an appointment register to establish fair shifts and keep an administrative control and a guest book to guarantee traceability should there be any incident.
Visitors must be protected with a surgical mask and gloves and residents will also wear their protective equipment. During the visit, all the hygiene and prevention measures established by the health authorities will be respected and, in particular, the safety distance of two meters and hand hygiene will be taken care of.
Also, whenever possible, efforts shall be made to ensure that visits take place outdoors in the garden. This space has been conditioned with tables and chairs that allow keeping the safety distance and decorative elements have been placed that make the environment more pleasant.