ANGOLA, IN – After careful consideration and monitoring, Cameron Memorial Community Hospital is lifting the universal masking requirements in most non-patient care settings.
These adjustments will be made effective starting today, Wednesday, February 1st.
Masks will not be required for patients and visitors in general public areas, including lobbies, waiting rooms, café, gift shop, and hallways.
For those with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, patients with a non-COVID-19 respiratory infection, or patients who have had close contact to someone with COVID-19 will still be required to wear a mask.
Individuals visiting a family member or friend will be strongly encouraged to wear a mask when entering an inpatient room or the emergency department.
Visitors with COVID-19, non-COVID-19 respiratory infection, and exposure to individuals with COVID-19 should defer visitation.