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MCHA Resident Letter

March 11, 2022

 Dear Resident,

We are updating our coronavirus -related procedures to align with the most recent guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CC).

As of February 28, 2022, the CDC has listed McKean County as a moderate transmission area.

As of March 7, 2022, the mask restrictions have been lifted for employees/visitors.

MCHA Employees are no longer required to wear mask, but all MCHA Employees will wear mask inside a resident’s unit, if the resident informs the employee to do so. It is also asked that you continue to notify the office if you have COVID-19 or have symptoms of COVID-19. In addition, you continue to follow CDC guidelines.

The following restrictions will still be in effect until further notice:

  • Use of Common Areas/Community Rooms are still closed

As state and federal authorities release new health and safety guidance and requirements, MCHA will continue to review and update our coronavirus-related procedures as warranted and inform you of any changes.

We will be closely monitoring McKean County’s transmission rate. If McKean County becomes a substantial transmission rate, Masks will be required again.             

Lastly, if you suspect that you or someone in your community has contracted the COVID-19 virus, we urge you to contact your healthcare provider for assistance and follow the guidance of the CDC.

You can also access the CDC website for further information at:

We will continue to provide updates as they are available and if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to our office (814)887-5563.


McKean County Housing Authority Management





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