Hospitals Restrict Visitors During COVID-19 Outbreak

Woman disinfecting hands during the Coronavirus pandemic, also known as covid19

(Cincinnati) - Tri-State hospitals are changing visitor polices as COVID-19 concerns rise nationwide.

No visitors will be permitted unless a patient is nearing the end of their lives. Patients delivering babies may have a single visitor. Anyone who is a visitor must be recorded at the coronavirus Command Center.

For those exceptions, people who have traveled outside the country aren't allowed in the building. No one with respiratory symptoms is allowed in patient areas. All visitors have to check into nurse stations and use hand sanitizers.

No minors are permitted inside the hospital.

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