The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn is currently experiencing a surge in patients attending with symptoms of Norovirus and c.Difficile infections.
Visitors to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital are asked to not put their loved one’s health at risk by visiting after experiencing symptoms of Norovirus.
People with suspected Norovirus symptoms are asked to stay away from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to protect themselves and others.
Mobile sinks have been installed at the entrance of The Queen Elizabeth Hospital to encourage visitors to wash their hands before going onto the wards and prevent Norovirus.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is appealing to visitors not to put their loved one’s health at risk by visiting after experiencing symptoms of Norovirus.
With winter coming visitors are being asked to help the Queen Elizabeth Hospital maintain high standards of infection prevention and control by following basic hygiene procedures.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn is currently experiencing a surge in patients attending with Norovirus symptoms.
The Trust is asking visitors who have experienced diarrhoea and vomiting symptoms in the previous 72 hours to stay away. Continue reading The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is experiencing a surge of Norovirus Attendances