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COVID-19 Visiting Restrictions in Hospitals

In-patient visitation to hospitals is suspended until further notice.

While we are at Red-Critical in the Pandemic Response System, exceptions are being made on a case-by-case basis for patients receiving end-of-life care and in our labour and delivery department in Selkirk Regional Health Centre. Please contact the hospital with questions regarding visiting prior to attending.

For patients who have been in hospital for 14 days or more: one designated support person is allowed to visit a patient who has been in hospital for 14 days or more and discharge is not likely within the next three days.

If you are a designated visitor, you will be expected to:
• Be screened prior to entering the facility.
• Perform hand hygiene upon entry to the hospital and before and after any contact in the health-care environment.
• A medical mask will be provided to you to wear for the duration of your visit .
• Maintain physical distance of six feet, two metres.

Interlake-Eastern RHA staff members reserve the right to modify visiting restrictions as required at any time for the health and safety of patients, staff and members of the public.

A special note for people with appointments for dialysis, day surgery, diagnostics and those attending for emergency or ambulatory care: 
You are still allowed in the facility but drivers or escorts are not allowed to wait in the hospital. Please ensure that you make the arrangements you need for drop off and pick up prior to your arrival at the hospital. Please contact the hospital prior to your arrival with any questions you may have. A medical mask will be provided to you upon entry to our hospitals. It should be worn for the duration of your visit.

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