Visiting restrictions eased at Warwick Hospital

By Kevin Unitt Tuesday 04 December 2012 Updated: 07/12 08:11

VISITING restrictions have been eased at Warwick Hospital following the Norovirus outbreak.

All visiting was banned over the weekend but is now being allowed between 6pm and 8pm on all wards except Mary Ward and Guy Ward, which remain fully closed.

Only immediate family members - at a maximum of two per bed - are asked to attend, with no under 16s allowed and all visitors asked to wash their hands thoroughly and not attend at all if they have recently been in contact with anyone ill.

The trust’s website www.swft.nhs.uk is being updated daily to reflect the latest changes.

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