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LTC Vaccine Wall of Honor


Nebraska ICAP is excited to celebrate facilities that are promoting vaccinations to their residents!  The Vaccine Wall of Honor is a place for facilities to show how well they are doing and become inspired by other facilities in the state.

Up-to-date is currently defined as when a person has received one dose of an updated (2023-2024) COVID-19 vaccine. Unvaccinated persons become up-to-date when they receive one dose of an updated (2023-2024) MRNA COVID-19 vaccine or 2 doses of updated Novavax COVID-19 vaccine.

In order to qualify, your facility will report their resident up-to-date status through this short, online survey:

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We are happy to highlight facilities who have reached milestones with this critical COVID-19 mitigation strategy.

Gold: More than 90% residents are up-to-date

Silver: More than 80% residents are up-to-date

Bronze: More than 70% residents are up-to-date

Litzenberg Memorial Long Term Care, Central City, NE

Harvard House, Harvard, NE

Sunrise Country Manor, Milford, NE

Wakefield Health Care Center, Wakefield, NE

Genoa Medical Facilities, Genoa, NE

Tabitha at Williamsburg, Lincoln, NE

Rose Blumkin Jewish Home, Omaha, NE

Sumner Place, Lincoln NE

Eastern Nebraska Veterans Home, Bellevue, NE

Dunklau Gardens, Fremont, NE

Brookefield Park, St. Paul, NE

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