Parkview implemented temporary visitation restrictions due to increased flu activity.
Anyone coming to a healthcare facility for treatment who has cold- or flu- like symptoms (such as fever, cough or muscle aches) should wear a mask while in public areas, including waiting rooms.
No visitors under the age of 18 and no visitors of any age with flu-like symptoms should be allowed to visit patients.
Visitors should be limited to two essential adults (at least 18-years-old) per patient – essential adults could include designated family members, spouse/domestic partner or spiritual counselors.
Anyone not allergic to the flu vaccine should be vaccinated. Parkview initiated the restrictions system wide including Parkview Lagrange and Parkview Noble Hospitals.
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