OSWEGO — Morningstar Residential Care Center and its three subsidiary facilities on Thursday announced visitation will be restricted for a two-week period.

The facilities affected are Morningstar itself, Waterville Residential Care Center, The Gardens by Morningstar and Aaron Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

The facilities are not experiencing influenza or COVID-19 at this time, officials said, but they “want to keep it that way and protect our residents as best as we can.”

A release sent to The Palladuim Times said the Morningstar network would also cancel all “non-critical medical appointments” and traveling entertainment.

The actions are being taken as a preventative measure, officials said.

Morningstar President Joseph Murabito said the company will “re-evaluate this decision in two weeks.”

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