Western NSW Local Health District announced last week that visitor restrictions at Grenfell's Multipurpose Service facility have been eased further.
"There are no longer restriction on visitors to aged care residents, including those in Multipurpose Service across the Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD)," WNSWLHD Director Rural Services, Sharon McKay said.
The conditions that will still apply are:
- ALL VISITORS are subject to COVID-19 screening and temperature testing.
- There are no longer restrictions on the number of visitors a resident can have each day or at one time.
- Visitors are not required to wear a mask.
- Subject to conditions, residents may leave to attend events.
- Local visiting rules may apply. Please follow the directions of Health Service staff.
Ms McKay, urged all local residents to continue to be vigilant and to protect themselves and their loved ones.
"It's incredibly important that we continue to screen visitors to aged care residents carefully," she said.
"If you have even the mildest symptoms, or if you've recently been to a location where COVID-19 has been a concern, then please leave your visit to another time."
Visit NSW Health's website for more info.