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Sycamore Springs Senior Living completes Round 2 of COVID-19 vaccinations

Sycamore Springs Senior Living Community, a premier senior living and memory care community in Elizabethton, has reached a major milestone in efforts to protect its residents and team members from the COVID-19 virus after completing its second round of vaccinations.

The senior living community began its vaccination campaign in January after significant planning to ensure it could secure sufficient quantities of the vaccine for all residents and team members who wished to participate.

The completion of the senior living community’s vaccination campaign marks a step forward on its continued journey toward optimal health and wellness for its family of residents, who have displayed considerable mental and physical fortitude throughout the pandemic.

“We feel a renewed sense of gratitude and optimism now that we’ve completed our second round of vaccinations. We’ve put a significant focus on optimal health and wellness for everyone who calls Sycamore Springs home, and we’re excited to continue on that path — now with some extra peace of mind,” said Rhonda Mitchell, Executive Director at Sycamore Springs Senior Living Community.

In accordance with its mission to serve the Greatest Generation with honor, respect, faith and integrity, the senior living community will continue its efforts to provide an environment that enriches the physical, social, and spiritual health of its residents, providing activities ranging from Bible studies, to movie nights, to opportunities for exercise and movement.

“Though our strategy changed throughout the pandemic, our overall focus has remained on our residents’ physical and mental health. With both rounds of vaccinations completed, we can continue forward on that mission of health and wellness,” said Mitchell.

Sycamore Springs Senior Living Community will continue to follow all COVID-19 safety guidelines set forth by the CDC, continuing to wear KN95 masks, social distancing, and regular wellness checks for all residents and team members.

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