Please view North Carolina Specialty Hospital’s Restrictions/COVID-19 Page for any changes.
Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Limit visitors to two adults per patient at any one time.
Children are not allowed on hospital visits. Since children are more likely to get sick and spread the flu, our staff will not allow children under 18 to visit patients.
Wash your hands often. Look for hand hygiene stations around the hospital. Please remember to clean your hands when entering and leaving the hospital either by washing with soap or rubbing your hands together with hand sanitizer.
Do not visit the hospital if you have flu-like symptoms. Signs of the flu include fever, cough, sneezing, runny nose or sore throat and body aches.
Get the flu vaccine if you haven’t done so already.
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