All Lyndoch Living team members considered close contacts of a positive COVID-19 case have returned negative PCR tests.
On Sunday, it was revealed that an employee, who has no direct contact with residents or clients, had tested positive to COVID.
Under the Department of Health guidelines those team members who returned a negative test have returned to work but will undergo daily rapid antigen testing, Lyndoch said.
No residents or community clients were affected or required any testing.
Acting director of nursing Linda Miller said they would continue to support the fully vaccinated team member who tested positive as they continued to isolate.
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"This is a great example shown by our team of the importance to immediately isolate and get tested the moment you experience any symptom, no matter how minor," Ms Miller said.
"It's a timely reminder that we all need to remain vigilant by following COVID-safe practices across our homes and within our community."
Lyndoch thanked all team members for following the recommended guidelines by ensuring they were fully vaccinated, isolated immediately and undertook COVID-19 testing.
Lyndoch also thanked its residents, clients and families for their understanding and support of the actions taken to keep the facility and broader community COVID safe.
Meanwhile, one new cases of COVID-19 was detected in Hamilton bringing the total number of cases linked to the country music event to 37.
The person who tested positive was a close personal contact of a known case.
One person remains in hospital in Geelong, and 26 local cases are now being monitored through the hospital in the home program.
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