Staying masked means staying safe

Full Life will continue its mask policy

Client Clem Paige with Home Care Supervisor Sanjally Bojang and Home Care Aide Amina Odawa.

On Tuesday, June 29, King County will end its mask-wearing directive based on the county achieving the 70-percent target of fully vaccinated residents age 16 and older.

However, mask mandates may still be applied in private or business environments where it is deemed necessary, as allowed

Full Life’s Ju Reh and Vu accepting hand sanitizer donations.

Dr. Jenny Roraback-Carson gives a thumbs up after her first coronavirus vaccination.

under Washington state Department of Health rules.

In order to ensure the health and safety of staff and clients to the maximum measure possible, Full Life Care will continue to require mask wearing while at work, both indoors and outdoors when persons cannot maintain 6 feet of separation.

Following these measures during the past year have proven to be valuable health measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 and end the pandemic. Continuing to follow them a little longer will help us reduce the threat of infection even further.

This policy will remain in effect until further notice.

Monique McDaniel, Home Care Administrative Assistant is vaccinated, but still masks up at work.

Stay safe; stay healthy.