Visiting ban lifted at Arrowe Park following Norovirus outbreak

Visiting ban lifted at Arrowe Park following Norovirus outbreak

Visiting ban lifted at Arrowe Park following Norovirus outbreak

First published in News

A WARD at Arrowe Park Hospital has re-opened to visitors after an outbreak of vomiting bug Norovirus.

The restrictions were temporarily put in place on ward 21 on Wednesday in a bid to stop the spread of the illness.

However a hospital spokesman confirmed that visitors were allowed onto the ward from last Thursday afternoon.

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3:20pm Mon 23 Apr 12

PeteSheff says...

Again?!
Again?! PeteSheff
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8:13pm Mon 23 Apr 12

King Tut says...

Its not uncommon for any hospital to restrict visiting during an outbreak of Norovirus.
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APH has it no more than any other hospital, what would you have them do? Leave the ward open so that it can be spread all over the place?
Its not uncommon for any hospital to restrict visiting during an outbreak of Norovirus. . APH has it no more than any other hospital, what would you have them do? Leave the ward open so that it can be spread all over the place? King Tut
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11:15am Tue 24 Apr 12

wirral_2011 says...

Im sure it is impossible to stop infections in a hospital considering everyone there is ill.

APH is a brilliant hospital !!!
Im sure it is impossible to stop infections in a hospital considering everyone there is ill. APH is a brilliant hospital !!! wirral_2011
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