Restricted Visiting Hours in Response to Influenza

Due to the high incident of influenza in the community and in the interest of protecting our patients the following visiting restrictions are currently in place at Tallaght Hospital.

1. No visitor younger than 12 years old

2. Visitors are limited to one visitor per patient at a time

3. Anyone visiting, attending the Hospital are asked to use the Hand Sanitisers before and after you leave the Hospital and clinical areas i.e. Wards, Out-Patient areas

4. Anyone with flu-like symptoms – fever, chills, sore throat, body aches, headaches etc are advised to remain at home and consider the welfare of our patients

These restrictions DO NOT impact on Out Patient Appointments. However you will need to bring confirmation of your appointment and show it so you can proceed to the Out Patient Areas.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation

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