Advocate Aurora Health hospitals not allowing visitors due to COVID-19 concerns
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, Advocate Aurora Health announced Thursday, Dec. 30, they will not allow visitors for the time being.
Effective immediately, there will be no visitors allowed for adult hospital inpatients.
To help limit the spread of the virus, as patient volumes in our hospitals continue to grow, we’re updating our visitor policy. Effective Dec. 30, there will be no visitors allowed for adult hospital inpatients. Learn more: https://t.co/2KLAwQxTpDpic.twitter.com/jt2FSRFthW— Aurora Health Care (@Aurora_Health) December 30, 2021
Visitor exceptions can be found HERE.
Meantime, Advocate Aurora has temporarily closed three of its urgent care centers due to COVID-19.
A spokesperson with Advocate Aurora Health told CBS 58, "Managing the COVID surge combined with staffing shortages have contributed to temporary closures at our urgent care centers."
The centers closed are Menomonee Falls, Brookfield, and on River Center Drive in Milwaukee.