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Mar. 13, 2020: N.J. Hospitals Enact No-Visitor Policies to Protect Patients

Updated guidelines come as state sees community transmission of coronavirus

With coronavirus case counts climbing, New Jersey hospitals and the New Jersey Hospital Association are moving to enact no-visitor policies to protect patients, visitors and staff. The move comes as state officials announced 50 confirmed cases of coronavirus in New Jersey today, the fifth highest total in the country.

“With a growing number of cases and evidence of community transmission, the standard policy now bars visitors with some limited exceptions,” said NJHA President and CEO Cathy Bennett. “These updated guidelines are voluntary, but are informed by the support and feedback of hospital CEOs and more than 270 clinicians from hospital and post-acute facilities who joined NJHA on a conference call today.”

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