Second dose of COVID-19 Vaccine – done!

Garry Gainer was one of the first residents to get the second dose.

Residents at Dundas Manor received their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, February 6. “It was another successful day, and we are so happy that our residents are now protected,” noted Administrator Susan Poirier. “We will continue to do everything we can to keep everyone safe.”

Perhaps the best comments came from Facebook when the announcement went out. “You are working so hard on the well-being of residents, staff and community – inspiring!” noted Manjit Banga Aitken. “Fantastic folk – glad you have been looked after in this worrisome time. Thanks to everyone,” added Jean Porteous. And there was even an animated Tony the Tiger yelling GRRRRRREAT!

Resident Annie Bouwhuis celebrates with Cornwall-SDG Paramedic Mike.

Special thanks to our partners at the CornwallSDG paramedics and nurses
from the Eastern Ontario Health Unit who assisted at the clinic.

Although the residents have now received both vaccines, all safety protocols such as wearing masks, the use of personal protective equipment, and visitor restrictions will remain in place. In addition, staff and essential caregivers will continue to be tested for COVID-19 on a
weekly basis.


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