Celebrating Thanksgiving: A Note to SERV Families
- November 23, 2020
This is the time of year when we usually start planning the Thanksgiving holiday, travel to see loved ones, and host large gatherings of family and friends. Unfortunately, nothing is usual about this year. While we might not be able to celebrate in the same ways, it is important to remember that the sentiment behind the Thanksgiving holiday is still very much here with us and we all have much to be thankful for.
At SERV, we are thankful for our dedicated team of healthcare heroes. These brave men and women have demonstrated remarkable resilience and professionalism in dealing with this crisis, and they are working tirelessly to provide compassionate care, boost morale, and make a difference in the lives of your loved ones.
As we navigate this pandemic, the safety of those in our care, the SERV Team, and the community remains our highest priority. If you plan to take a loved one home for the holidays, you must take extreme caution and follow all CDC guidelines, including wearing a mask and social distancing. Anyone who travels out of state or attends a gathering of ten or more people may be required to quarantine for two weeks prior to returning to SERV.
Holiday gatherings and travel may increase the chance of you or your loved one contracting and spreading COVID-19. So, before you determine what is best for you and your family, we ask that you please review the guidelines for celebrating Thanksgiving on the CDC website as well as the State’s travel advisory list.
Although this Thanksgiving will be different from other years, we send our best wishes to you and your family for the holiday. As always, thank you for trusting SERV and stay safe.