Hospitals Refine Visitor Restrictions as COVID-19 Continues
Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association members continue to enforce a regional visitor restrictions policy to limit the spread of COVID-19, but announced updates on Thursday, Feb. 11, as the pandemic evolves.
Because of the widespread nature of COVID-19 in our communities, visitor restrictions remain in place to maintain patient safety in member hospitals throughout GDAHA’s 11-county service area, despite a decline in hospitalizations.
“Hospitals are continuing to adapt and respond to the changing nature of COVID-19 in our region,” said Lisa Henderson, Vice President of Heath Initiatives of the Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association. “The additional flexibility of allowing one visitor at a time per the updated regional visitor restrictions will allow families to better engage in the care and recovery of individuals receiving care from one of our member hospitals.”