Sagora Senior Living Prepares for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

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With the newly authorized Pfizer vaccine becoming available to Sagora Senior Living as early as December 28, 2020, the company is preparing to distribute the vaccine to its residents and associates in its 44 multi-state communities.

“This is truly a turning point in history, and we are excited about the hope that this vaccine presents,” said Sagora Senior Living’s Sr. Vice President, Dara Brown.

With the newly authorized Pfizer vaccine becoming available to Sagora Senior Living as early as December 28, 2020, the company is preparing to distribute the vaccine to its residents and associates in its 44 multi-state communities.

Sagora’s Assisted Living and Memory Care residents and associates will receive the vaccines during the first emergency response distribution in addition to some Independent Living residents as the vaccine is made available. The company has partnered with CVS Pharmacy to assist in administering vaccines to their residents and associates.

“This is truly a turning point in history, and we are excited about the hope that this vaccine presents,” said Sagora Senior Living’s Sr. Vice President, Dara Brown. “At Sagora Senior Living, our teams are called to change lives, however, COVID-19 has shifted that focus to saving lives. We are strongly recommending that our residents take this opportunity to help put COVID-19 in the past so we may look forward to a brighter future where we are able to physically be with others, embrace them and share laughs and memories.”

CVS will come on-site to each of Sagora’s communities and at least three clinics will be scheduled to ensure that all residents and associates have the opportunity to be vaccinated. These clinics will be set up between 21 to 28 days apart, as the vaccine requires two doses with at least 21 or 28 days in between doses.

For more information about the vaccine and updates from Sagora Senior Living, visit the company’s dedicated COVID-19 vaccine webpage at https://www.sagora.com/covid-19-vaccine-resources/.

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