Hospital relaxes some requirements for visitors
A local hospital has relaxed some requirements for visitors.
"While changes in the broader community recently, visitors who are close contacts will not be able to visit the hospital at this time," said Brisbane Waters Private Hospital chief executive Ms Debbra Ritter.
"To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our patients, staff and doctors, no more than two visitors will be allowed at a time.
"All visitors must be fully vaccinated, two doses of a recognised vaccine.
"They must wear a mask at all times, check in using the QR code, maintain a safe distance and wash their hands regularly.
"Children under 12 must have had at least one does of a Covid-19 vaccine, and be accompanied at all times by a fully-vaccinated adult.
"If you've been overseas, are unwell, have Covid symptoms, are pending a Covid test result, or have been identified as a close contact, please don't visit."
Ms Ritter said patients may have two visitors at any one time for a maximum of two hours.
"If you will be coming as a patient, please note there are a range of procedures which require a RAT or PCR to be completed prior to admission."
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Debbra Ritter, Brisbane Waters Private Hospital