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Cuyuna Regional Medical Center's visitor restrictions lifted

Restrictions remain in place for CRMC’s long-term-care facilities. Contact the Care Center or Heartwood for the most recent guidance.

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With the COVID-19 prevalence declining in the most recent months, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center reported it is returning to pre-pandemic patient visitation after careful consideration and following guidance from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as Minnesota Department of Health.

Some restrictions remain in place for laboring obstetrics patients and emergency department patients, the news release stated. No visitors are allowed for COVID-19 patients unless there are special circumstances.

Restrictions remain in place for CRMC’s long-term-care facilities. Contact the Care Center or Heartwood for the most recent guidance.

Masks are still required among everyone within CRMC’s facilities and all visitors and patients will continue to be screened for COVID-19 symptoms. Visitors who fail the screening may not enter the facilities.

Visit www.cuyunamed.org for more information.

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