Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Phoenix Children’s Hospital requires visitors and patients ages 2 and older to wear a cloth mask or face covering. If you do not have one, the medical centers will provide one to you. Also every patient and caregiver who enters the hospitals or clinics will be screened for a fever or cold or flu-like symptoms. Staff members are screened each time they enter.

As of press time, one healthy adult caregiver is allowed in a patient’s room at a time, though two caregivers can be registered to visit a hospitalized child. In the emergency room and clinics, one primary, healthy caregiver can come inside per patient.

To learn more, visit phoenixchildrens.org.




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