COVID-19 Updates

UPDATED 4/12/2021

Yamhill County: low risk rating

You may have heard that even as many counties around us have gone back up to high risk, Yamhill County has been granted a two week grace period for the risk rating and will remain at low risk for now. Click here to review what this means in our County, and to review this guidance, visit Oregon Health Authority.

Visiting the main building

While we’re all wanting to get out more with the spring weather coming in, for the time being, only essential people and visitors of residents may enter the building. Visitors of residents must have specific guidance to their visit, and should go straight to the visitation area and not visit other individuals or areas. For now, services in the main building are not available to residents or guests outside of the main building. We’ll update this page when this policy changes, and we hope residents take advantage of the virtual activities and opportunities available to you through Resident Services and Association.

How guidelines are managed

As operating guidelines are set on a county-wide basis, it is current county case counts that have the largest impact on the reopening of services and gatherings. Regardless of vaccination status, all employees at Friendsview are wearing proper PPE and following sanitation guidelines as they were prior to vaccinations becoming available. Please review the State Guidance on Face Coverings for more information.

Visitations & travel

To help lower the overall risk of spreading infection, the Oregon Health Authority is recommending residents avoid interstate travel when possible. If residents choose to have an overnight guest, we ask that you follow guidelines for social distancing and avoid large gatherings when possible, and please contact Resident Services at 503-554-7013 to register your guest.

For any other questions or to learn more, please reach us at: covidask@friendsview.org