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New London, CT, August 21, 2021 –(PR.com)– People with chronic medical conditions have remained at high risk for severe symptoms related to COVID-19 over the past 16 months. Aging adults, particularly those unvaccinated, fall in this category as well. And with a highly contagious variant circulating, the need for keeping recipients of home care safe continues to be paramount. Care at Home continues to hold a firm stance in maintaining practices that safeguard against the virus and provide the highest level of safe and personalized home care in Connecticut and Rhode Island.

“We continue to educate our caregivers regarding what is known about the virus, symptoms to watch for, and reporting protocols when symptoms are recognized,” said Suzanne Karp, Founder of Care at Home. “Our caregivers are required to wear proper PPE and maintain good hygiene as recommended by the CDC and the Department of Health.”

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