COVID-19 – Southwest Community

Resident Updates

May 16, 2020


On Friday, May 15th Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health, announced that Nova Scotians will be able to visit one other household of “immediate” family.  He stated that two immediate households can come together without physical distancing. These families must agree that visiting is mutually exclusive to minimize risk of COVID-19 spread.  He also highlighted that in choosing a household to connect with, families should consider three factors -  age,  occupation, health condition of all members of that household.

We understand that connecting with family and friends is important for our resident’s mental health. With this new announcement we have made the decision to ease our visiting restrictions at the buildings.  For the health and safety of all residents and employees we ask that you respect the government guidelines and restrict any visitors to only the immediate family you have identified within your “bubble”.   

Other than those permitted in your family bubble, our no visitor policy will remain in effect to prevent unnecessary visits and social gatherings.The building delivery policies will also continue.   All food & grocery deliveries must be met at the door and parcel delivery instructions must note “no signature required”. Delivery personnel cannot enter the building and our in-suite maintenance visits are only for emergency situations.

The easing of restrictions is a signal that Nova Scotia is headed in the right direction.We appreciate that Southwest residents have been following our no visitor policy.To date, Southwest residents and employees have been safe through this pandemic and it is all our responsibility to respect our neighbours and families by continuing to remain vigilant in limiting our movements and adhering to the advice of our authorities.

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Online Resident Events

We have taken our residents events online !  Let's stay connected.  Please join us....

Pandemic Team Messages

The health, safety and wellness of our residents, employees and commercial tenants continues to be of upmost importance to Southwest Properties.  The Southwest's Pandemic Committee is focused on keeping abreast of the latest news and industry standards as it related to our stakeholders.  

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