Visitors now allowed at the CWM Hospital

Visitors now allowed at the CWM Hospital

By Rashika Kumar
Saturday 19/02/2022
CWM Hospital [File Photo]

People can now visit their loved ones admitted at the CWM Hospital but visitors must be fully vaccinated.

Restrictions on visitation are being eased after almost two years.

The Ministry of Health says all visitors are required to check in with the security before entry into the wards, must show proof of vaccination and provide a photo identification.

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They say only one patient caregiver is allowed but they can now be rotated if the family wishes as long as they fulfill the requirements under the Caregivers Standard Operating Procedures.

The Ministry further says visiting in the wards will be carried out by sections to avoid overcrowding in the hospital and the hospital reserves the right to disallow a caregiver or visitor if they pose a risk of COVID-19 in the hospital.



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