Throughout the last two years, Luther Park Community learned very quickly that COVID-19 precautions are critical and ever-changing. We take our responsibility to keeping our senior residents healthy very seriously. We encourage you to check back here for updates as situations with the vaccine and safety protocols change often as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

Luther Park Community has been offering COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters to our residents and staff since early 2021. We encourage all residents and employees to receive the latest COVID-19 bivalent booster dose, the only booster currently recommended. To find more information on the bivalent vaccine please visit and/or

Current infection control protocols are determined by community transmission rates and outbreak status in a facility. Postings will be at the facility entrance to direct visitors, vendors and others the steps needed when in the buildings. Please help keep our residents and staff healthy by following the below measures:

Hand Hygiene when entering and exiting buildings (use of hand sanitizer available at entrance)

Visitors who have symptoms or confirmed infection of COVID-19 need to defer visits for up to 10 days after symptom start or positive test results. An individual may visit after day 7 if complete a COVID-19 test and it is negative on this day

Visitors who have close contact or a high-risk exposure to COVID-19 should defer non-urgent in-person visits until 10 days after close contact, monitor self for symptoms and wear masks if do visit

We ask for your support in following the above infection control principles to keep your loved ones safe and help our employees to stay healthy.


We encourage each resident and employee to receive the bivalent booster for COVID-19, the only booster currently available. We are able to provide this vaccine at the Trinity Center to residents and employees. Please contact our infection preventionist to discuss the vaccine at 515-261-6369. To find more information on the bivalent vaccine please visit and/or