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Visitor restrictions back in place at Jamestown Regional Medical Center


Patients may have one visitor at a time; all in-person events are transitioning to virtual, and staff, patients and guests must wear masks.

Trends in the transmission of COVID-19 in North Dakota have prompted Jamestown Regional Medical Center into once again restricting visitors to the facility.

Effective today, patients at JRMC are allowed one visitor; with exceptions as no visitors in the Emergency Department – unless the patients are children or have special needs. Exceptions are also made for patients undergoing end of life care.

JRMC is also transitioning all in person events to virtual, and requiring all staff, patients and visitors to wear masks.

In a statement, President and CEO Mike Delfs is asking the public to do their part by masking, washing their hands, physically distancing and vaccinating if able.

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