Protecting the Ponté Palmero Family
The staff and team at Ponté Palmero have been working tirelessly since the end of February to stay one step ahead of the novel coronavirus. At the very first indication of the scope of this pandemic, Sequoia created a “closed campus” environment at Ponté Palmero. El Dorado County has been under shelter-in-place since early March and we were quick to implement strict protocols to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 in order to secure ample supplies. Some of these protocols include but are not limited to symptom monitoring, sanitation procedures and the use of protective equipment by our staff.
Only recently in mid-May did the City of Cameron Park begin to reopen restaurants and offices with rigorous guidelines in place. As well, El Dorado County has one of the lowest numbers of confirmed cases per county in California. Our team has been monitoring the news and updates closely to ensure we are not only following the CDC guidelines but also going above and beyond to provide the same excellent care to all of our residents.
Our team and staff understand the fear that the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked in many. Our job is not only to provide care but also to communicate with our residents and the community about the precautions and implementations we have taken. Furthermore, our top priority continues to be the safety of our staff and residents. This page contains detailed information about Ponté Palmero and our response to COVID-19. We will continue to update this page weekly with new information. We hope that this page is utilized as a resource to the residents and community. Our goal is to provide helpful information and also a peace of mind during this time.
We appreciate your support and feedback. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out and contact us. Stay safe and healthy everyone!