Community Living Mississauga would like to make you aware and also provide a further update regarding Rapid Antigen Testing requirements as directed by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services. In response to the continued increase in the spread of the Omicron variant, we must safeguard the people who live in 24 hour residential support locations and their support staff. We are asking you to help us avoid any potential outbreak of this highly infectious virus and reduce contacts as much as possible.
As you are aware, effective Monday January 10, 2022, visits to the inside of the home of a person receiving support will no longer be arranged. At this time, Community Living Mississauga will only facilitate visits away from a person’s home.
Should someone be gone for an overnight visit 2 nights or less- Rapid Antigen Testing for the person who receives support will occur (as tolerated) on day three and day seven from the day the person left their own home.
Should someone be gone for an overnight visit 3 nights or more- Rapid Antigen Testing for the person who receives support (as tolerated) will occur on the day of return and day four following return to their own home.
These measures will remain in effect until further notice.
We are so grateful to families for your ongoing support and appreciate your understanding as we continue to implement measures that promote the safety and well-being for everyone.
Please continue to visit www.clmiss.ca for the latest updates and information