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December 2020 Newsletter

December 1, 2020

Learn about Welbi’s latest contact tracing product announcement and more!

With winter quickly approaching we hope that you, your residents, and your loved ones are all safe and healthy.

In this issue of our Welbi newsletter, see how we continue to enhance the lives of older adults across the country. This month's focus is on the importance of contact tracing; read our latest article, check out our new one-click contact tracing feature, and watch our latest webinar on best practices with Infection Prevention and Control Measures.


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Featured Article

Welbi launches new contact tracing feature to help senior living communities reduce the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases

Keeping senior communities safe and healthy is Welbi’s top priority. A natural next step was to introduce an instant contact tracing feature to help communities. Teams can now easily identify, contain, and limit, the spread of COVID-19 or other infections/viruses among Canada’s most vulnerable population, seniors living in older adult communities. Read about the importance of contact tracing, and see how it works.

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Webinar Replay

Best Practices with Infection Prevention and Control Measures

On November 18, your peers and our resident expert, Ashley Vandoorn, came together virtually to discuss and share insights around best practices with IPAC measures within senior living communities. Watch a replay of the meaningful webinar and learn about outbreak preparedness, managing visitors, resident dining, and more.

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For Your Information

Why is contact tracing important in senior living communities?

In a senior living community, contact tracing is an imperative step to ensure our residents, a population that is more vulnerable to infections and viruses, are protected. It also allows the community to take action as quickly as possible. In facilities, contact tracing falls on the community to complete, but what can typically take hours or days can now take seconds.

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