KDMC enacts unique visitation protection after upward push in flu conditions -TV


Up so far: Sat 9: 27 PM, Nov 23, 2019

ASHLAND, Ky. (WSAZ) —King’s Daughters Scientific Center in Ashland has enacted visitation restrictions after an uptick in reported flu conditions.

The unique protection went into lift out Saturday night.

“These guidelines are for the protection of sufferers, friends and crew contributors, and are supposed to abet decrease the unfold of the flu,” the sanatorium mentioned in an announcement.

KDMC issued the the same protection in January 2018, and it used to be lifted two months later.

The guidelines issued are:

– Visitors need to wear masks or other preserving dresses when visiting.

– No friends underneath the age of 12.

– No friends with any signs of flu-worship illness (reminiscent of cough, sore throat, fever, chills, runny nostril, body aches, nausea/vomiting, or diarrhea)

– Handiest two friends will seemingly be allowed in patient’s room at a time.

The sanatorium says extra restrictions will seemingly be in characteristic in special care objects reminiscent of Pediatrics, Extreme Care, and Oncology objects.



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