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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Updated –July 14

Positive COVID-19 tests today bring the collective total of positive tests for Health Center at Live Oak employees to 30. The collective total of positive tests for Health Center residents remains unchanged at 24. The collective total of positive tests for Savannah is 2 for employees. There are no active cases on campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated –July 11

Positive COVID-19 tests today bring the collective total of positive tests for Health Center at Live Oak employees to 29. The collective total of positive tests for Health Center residents remains unchanged at 24. The collective total of positive tests for Savannah is 2 for employees. There are no active cases on campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated –July 8

Positive COVID-19 tests today bring the collective total of positive tests for Health Center at Live Oak employees to 27. The collective total of positive tests for Health Center residents remains unchanged at 24. The collective total of positive tests for Savannah is 2 for employees. There are no active cases on campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – July 6

To date, Health Center at Live Oak has had a total of 24 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 25 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with a total of 2 positive employee tests. There are no active cases on campus. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – July 5

To date, Health Center at Live Oak has had a total of 23 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 25 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with a total of 2 positive employee tests. There are no active cases on campus. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – July 2

To date, Health Center at Live Oak has had a total of 23 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 24 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with a total of 2 positive employee tests. There are no active cases on campus. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – July 1

To date, Health Center at Live Oak has had a total of 23 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 23 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with a total of 2 positive employee tests. There are no active cases on campus. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – June 23

A positive COVID-19 test today brought the collective total of positive tests for Health Center at Live Oak residents to 22.  Positive COVID-19 tests for Health Center employees remains unchanged at 23 so far.  The collective total of positive tests for Savannah is 2 for employees. There are no active cases on campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – June17

To date, Health Center at Live Oak has had a total of 21 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 23 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with a total of 2 positive employee tests. There are no active cases on campus. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – June12

Positive COVID-19 tests today brought the collective total of positive tests for Health Center at Live Oak residents to 21 and for employees to 22.  The collective total of positive tests for Savannah is 2 for employees. There are no active cases on campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – June 9

As of today, Health Center at Live Oak has had a collective total of 20 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 21 employees test positive. Savannah's collective total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests. There are no active cases on campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Notice to Tower Family, Friends and Other Visitors

As the state enters Phase II of the reopening plan, the following changes will be made effective June 8 at Tower at The Oaks. We still are following CDC and state Department of Health guidelines as we continue to do all we can to protect the safety and health of residents and employees campuswide. Effective Monday, Lakeview Dining and the Bistro will reopen for resident dining. Seating will be limited to reduced occupancy levels and social distancing will be followed. Dining on the patio will still be available. Guests will not be allowed in dining venues during Phase II.

ALSO effective June 8, visitors will be allowed according to certain limitations. Guests should be age 21 and older and residents should limit visitors to no more than two at the same time. Guests will be allowed to visit between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily and they must bring and wear a mask and get their temperature taken at the Concierge Desk.

Notice to Garden Apartments Family, Friends and Other Visitors

As the state enters Phase II of the reopening plan, the following changes will be made effective June 8 at Garden Apartments at The Oaks. We still are following CDC and state Department of Health guidelines as we continue to do all we can to protect the safety and health of residents and employees campuswide. Effective Monday, residents will be allowed to eat in the dining room in the Community Centre. Social distancing must be followed with only two residents permitted at a square table and three residents permitted at a round table. Masks must be worn to and from the dining room and when in common areas. Guests will not be allowed in the dining room during Phase II. Residents may continue to have meals delivered to their apartments at no charge through the end of Phase II, tentatively scheduled to expire June 26.

ALSO effective June 8, residents may have up to two guests over the age of 21 in their apartments. Guests will only be allowed to visit between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily and they must wear a mask and get their temperature taken at the Transportation Desk prior to entering an apartment. Guests will not be permitted in the common areas.

UPDATE AS OF JUNE 9: Visiting hours for Garden Apartments are between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Notice to Savannah Family, Friends and Other Visitors

As the state enters Phase II of the reopening plan, visitor restrictions set by the CDC and state department of health will remain in effect, with no visitors allowed in Savannah until further notice. However, effective Monday, June 8, “window” visits only will now be allowed between residents and their families. Visits will be by appointment and made through Savannah staff. They will be limited to two family members at a time and for only 20 minutes per visit.

Notice to Health Center Family, Friends and Other Visitors

As the state enters Phase II of the reopening plan, visitor restrictions set by the CDC and state department of health will remain in effect, with no visitors allowed inside Health Center at Live Oak until further notice. However, “window” visits only will now be allowed between residents and their families. Visits will be by appointment only and may be scheduled by calling 212-2136. They will be limited to five family members at a time and for only 20 minutes per visit. Also, in accordance with CDC guidelines, packages and deliveries will now be accepted with the exception of food products. Deliveries will be held for 24 hours upon arrival as a precaution.

Updated – June 7

As of today, Health Center at Live Oak has had a collective total of 20 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 20 employees test positive. Savannah's collective total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests. There are no active cases on campus.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – June 4

As of today, Health Center at Live Oak has had 18 residents test positive for COVID-19 and 20 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with a total of 2 positive employee tests. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – June 2

Two positive COVID-19 tests at Health Center at Live Oak today brings the number of positive resident tests to date to 17. Positive COVID-19 tests for Health Center employees remains unchanged at 20 so far.  Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – June 1

A positive COVID-19 test today at Health Center at Live Oak brings the number of positive resident tests to date to 15. Positive COVID-19 tests for Health Center employees remains unchanged at 20 so far.  Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 29

Health Center at Live Oak had an employee test positive today for COVID-19, bringing the total number of employees testing positive to date to 20. The number of positive Covid-19 tests for residents at Health Center remains unchanged at 14 to date. Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. 

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 27

New positive Covid-19 tests bring the total to date for Health Center at Live Oak to 14 residents and 19 employees. Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. 

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 25

Health Center at Live Oak has had another resident test positive for COVID-19. To date, Health Center has now had 11 residents and 14 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 23

Another Health Center resident has tested positive for COVID-19. To date, Health Center has had  10 residents test positive and 14 employees test positive. Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 22

One resident and one employee at Health Center at Live Oak have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total positive tests to date to 9 residents and 14 employees at the Health Center. Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 19

Another resident and two employees at Health Center at Live Oak have tested positive for COVID-19. To date, 8 residents and 13 employees at the Health Center have had positive tests. Savannah's total remains unchanged with 2 positive employee tests to date. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 16

One new positive COVID-19 test at Health Center at Live Oak brings the total of positive Health Center employee tests to date to 11. There have been 7 positive resident tests to date at Health Center and 2 positive employee tests to date at Savannah. All are now off campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 15

Two new positive COVID-19 tests at Health Center at Live Oak brings the total of positive resident tests to date to 7 and the total positive employee tests to date to 10. Positive tests to date for Savannah remains unchanged – 2 employees. All are now off campus. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 11

Health Center at Live Oak has had another positive COVID-19 test among residents. The latest result brings the total of positive tests to date for Health Center residents to 6. The number of positive tests for employees remains unchanged at 9. Positive tests to date for Savannah remains unchanged – 2 employees. All are now off campus. At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 6

At The Oaks of Louisiana, our No. 1 priority is the health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff and we are doing all we can to help protect them from COVID-19. Unfortunately, though, we have had another positive COVID-19 test among employees and another positive test among staff at Health Center at Live Oak. To date, Health Center has had 5 residents and 9 employees test positive and Savannah has had 2 employees test positive. All are now off campus. We are committed to full transparency and will continue to maintain this detailed status of COVID-19 positive cases associated with The Oaks.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 3

We have had another positive COVID-19 test among employees at Savannah at The Oaks. To date, we have had 2 employees at Savannah test positive and 4 residents and 8 employees at Health Center test positive. All are now off campus. We continue to restrict visitors and non-essential personnel, practice social distancing, perform intensive sanitizing measures, provide appropriate personal protective equipment and daily monitor staff and residents for fever and illness.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 2

We have had two more positive COVID-19 tests among employees at Health Center at Live Oak. To date, we have had 4 residents and 8 employees at Health Center test positive and 1 employee at Savannah test positive. All are now off campus. We continue to restrict visitors and non-essential personnel, practice social distancing, perform intensive sanitizing measures, provide appropriate personal protective equipment and daily monitor staff and residents for fever and illness.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated – May 1

As of today, we have had another positive COVID-19 test among employees at Health Center at Live Oak. To date, we have had 4 residents and 6 employees at Health Center test positive and 1 employee at Savannah test positive. All are now off campus. We continue to restrict visitors and non-essential personnel, practice social distancing, perform intensive sanitizing measures, provide appropriate personal protective equipment and daily monitor staff and residents for fever and illness. We are doing everything we can to keep our positive tests at a minimum.  The health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff is and always will be our No. 1 priority.

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated - April 25

Since our last update, we have had another positive COVID-19 test among employees. To date, we have had positive tests at Health Center at Live Oak (4 residents and 5 employees) and Savannah (1 employee).  All are now off campus. We continue to restrict visitors and non-essential personnel, practice social distancing, perform intensive sanitizing measures, provide appropriate personal protective equipment and daily monitor staff and residents for fever and illness. We are doing everything we can to keep our positive tests at a minimum.  The health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff is and always will be our No. 1 priority.

 

NOTE: Recorded updates are also available by calling (318) 212-2102.

Updated - April 23

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its second month and we’ve experienced our first positive COVID-19 tests, we remain proactive in our fight against this virus, following CDC and Louisiana Department of Health guidelines. To date, we have had positive tests at Health Center at Live Oak (4 residents and 4 employees) and Savannah (1 employee).  All are now off campus. We continue to restrict visitors and non-essential personnel, practice social distancing, perform intensive sanitizing measures, provide appropriate personal protective equipment and daily monitor staff and residents for fever and illness. We continue to update residents and staff through internal communication and have expanded communication via our webpage – oaksofla.com. We also have established a number to call – (318-212-2102)  –  for recorded updates with the latest information.  The health and well-being of Oaks residents and staff is and always will be our No. 1 priority.

Notice to Tower Family, Friends and Other Visitors

We are experiencing an unprecedented public health crisis in our community, state, country, and indeed across the world. Gov. John Bel Edwards has issued a “Shelter in Place” or “Stay at Home” order for the entire state until mid-April in an effort to mitigate the spread as much possible. We implore residents to refrain from leaving the campus for any reason other than a dire emergency. Every time you leave the campus, you take a chance on infecting yourself and then subsequently your friends who live at The Oaks. We also are restricting visitors to campus until further notice.

Notice to Garden Apartments Family, Friends and Other Visitors

We are experiencing an unprecedented public health crisis in our community, state, country, and indeed across the world. Gov. John Bel Edwards has issued a “Shelter in Place” or “Stay at Home” order for the entire state until mid-April in an effort to mitigate the spread as much possible. We implore residents to refrain from leaving the campus for any reason other than a dire emergency. Every time you leave the campus, you take a chance on infecting yourself and then subsequently your friends who live at The Oaks. We also are restricting visitors to campus until further notice.

Notice to Savannah Family, Friends and Other Visitors

Following Centers for Disease Control guidelines and state department of health mandate, we are restricting all visits to Savannah until further notice. This action is effective as of Friday, March 13, at 4 p.m.

Notice to Health Center Family, Friends and Other Visitors

Following Centers for Disease Control guidelines and state department of health mandate, we are restricting all visits to Health Center until further notice. This action is effective as of Friday, March 13, at 4 p.m.