Paradise Valley Estates COVID-19 Information
Updated Tuesday, January 26, 8:40 a.m.
Paradise Valley Estates (PVE) has been working with NorthBay Healthcare, LeadingAge, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Solano County and State of California public health departments since March 11, 2020 to implement preventive protocols, safety practices and contingency plans to prevent community spread.
While California’s regional stay home order ended January 25, 2021, state residents are directed to stay home except to go to an essential job or to shop for essential needs. Paradise Valley Estates residents may leave campus without self-quarantining upon return. Masks must be worn by residents when outside of their residences and by any permitted visitors to campus at all times.
Cases, Screening & Testing
As of January 25, four residents and 39 team members have tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing, self-isolation and follow-up testing protocols are helping prevent community spread.
Permitted visitors and team members must undergo a wellness screening to enter the campus. A team member or resident in direct contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19 will self-isolate and complete weekly testing for two weeks to determine exposure.
In June 2020, PVE completed both state-mandated COVID-19 testing for team members and optional testing for residents and all tests were negative. Surveillance and exposure testing for PVE team members and residents continues as directed by the departments of public health.
On December 30, 2020, more than 160 skilled nursing residents and front-line team members had the opportunity to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. On January 14, 2021, Solano County Public Health administered more than 800 COVID-19 vaccines at Paradise Valley Estates. Second doses will be administered on January 20 and February 11. The community is working to arrange vaccinations for any residents or front-line team members who were unable to participate.
Visiting & Guidelines
- Non-essential campus visits are currently not permitted.
- A socially distant visiting area has been established at the front gate.
- Technology and assistance for completing virtual visits is available.
- Provisions have been made for family visits during end of life.
Masks must be worn outside of residences.
Many community amenities are open, and residents are asked to follow social distancing and sanitation guidelines when visiting common areas.
The Main Dining Room is open for lunch and dinner with capacity limits and safety guidelines in place for couples as well as two households to dine together. Lunch and dinner meals may also be ordered and delivered to residences.
Activities and programs are offered virtually or in person, including fitness, social and entertainment. In-person fitness classes are by reservation only in order to limit class size.
Some groceries are available via PVE Pulse now with pick-up in the Café either the same day (if ordered by 10 a.m.) or next day (if ordered after 10 a.m.).
- Wellness screening at beginning of shift and health services team members undergo supplemental screening.
- Masks must be worn during shift and while on campus.
- Workers at The Ridge are screened at the beginning of shifts, must wear masks and follow social distancing guidelines.
This information is updated regularly as changes occur.