Only critically ill, essential visits allowed at Northern Health facilities

Northern Health has made the decision to only allow essential visits to all facilities.

 "Essential visits will be considered for patients who are: critically ill, receiving end-of-life care, or frail and need an escort or family member for their safety," Northern Health Notes in a release.

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 Eligible essential visitors must pass important screening criteria. This means they cannot have a cough, runny nose, fever, sore throat or shortness of breath, and they cannot have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days.

"We understand the importance of visits from family and loved ones to our patients and long-term care residents and we appreciate your understanding and support in helping to keep everyone safe."

 The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control is the recommended resource for provincial information that is accurate and current:

Information is being updated frequently on the site at this time and individuals are encouraged to check back regularly (eg. daily)..

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