COA plans July reopening

Both enrichment centers of St. Joseph County Commission on Aging plan to reopen July 1, following adoption of a plan Wednesday by the COA board.

Due to safety and health concerns, guests will be asked health-screening questions and have their temperature checked. All seniors and staff members will be required to wear a mask if medically able.

Also, class sizes will be limited to 10 people, meaning seniors who want to participate in events must register in advance.

Also, visits to the center will be limited to those participating in events, rather than those gathering to socialize.

COA officials also announced the lunch meal program will start July 6 and only carryout meals will be available. Registration is required for lunch.

Other activities, such as trips and dinner out, will be postponed until at least August.

In-home services aides returned to normal service level clients on June 15 and home- delivered meal service has returned to delivery five days per week.

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