It seems today we are all waiting for something — a vaccine for COVID-19, a return to “normal,” reuniting with our grandchildren in person, a job if we are unemployed, returning with the full community of our parish for Mass. The list goes on and on.
Many impacted by pandemic restrictions may feel imprisoned, but Texas prisons and halfway houses are truly locked down as COVID-19-related deaths have risen to 166 inmates and 21 employees, including guards and chaplains, according to a Texas Department of Criminal Justice report updated Oct. 27.
With the utmost concern for the overall health and safety of its residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff at St. Dominic Village have worked tirelessly to provide a lifeline of compassionate care to improve and enhance the quality of life of its seniors during these uncertain times.
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