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Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccines & Boosters Are Available for Our Residents and Employees

For more information please call Nursing Administration - 

Informed Consent Required!

Daily COVID Updates Available at (718) 989-3043
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(Updated 6/1/2023) in the past 24 hours:

Eger has 2 New COVID-19 POSITIVE RESIDENT Test Results

Eger has 0 New COVID-19 POSITIVE EMPLOYEE Test Results

As of May 11, 2023, COVID Data Tracker is no longer reporting aggregate cases and deaths, COVID-19 Community Levels, COVID-19 Community Transmission Levels, or COVID-19 Electronic Laboratory Reporting (CELR) data.


Visitation Requirements:

Continue to physically distance from facility personnel and other patients/residents/visitors that are not directly associated with the specific resident(s) being visited by that individual.

Also, please think about getting your booster.  Boosters are available for our residents so if your family member has not yet received their booster, please speak with the unit nurse or the nursing supervisor.  For yourselves, the booster is being offered at almost every pharmacy on Staten Island as well as vaccine sites.

Please contact your health professional with any questions. 

If you find out after you visited that you are COVID+ or have been in close contact with someone who is COVID+ please notify the facility nursing supervisor immediately. 

Please help us keep COVID out of our facility.  We are trying to do everything we can to keep your family member safe. 

I want to thank you for your assistance and cooperation.  

Again, your ongoing support is greatly appreciated.  


Stay safe, and remember to consider to be vaccinated and boostered for COVID-19 and Influenza.


The facility has reviewed and updated our Pandemic Emergency Plan which is posted on our website under the Pandemic Emergency Plan tab - if you have any questions please reach out to Administration.

Daily COVID Updates Available at (718) 989-3043

  • Please read all signage throughout the facility and as you enter a resident room for further instructions.  Never enter a room with an isolation sign without first seeing the nurse.

  • Any visitor who fails to adhere to the visitation protocols shall be asked to leave the facility


  • The core principles of Infection Prevention shall be maintained throughout the visit inclusive of:

-Wearing a mask which covers the nose and mouth when you are not feeling well.

-Practice proper and frequent hand hygiene.

-Maintain physical distancing of at least six (6) feet from employees and other residents.


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