A recall for common visiting has been made at a Welsh hospital. It had been closed for 10 days due to the severe outbreak of norovirus. Now it has been informed that visitors will be allowed in the wards those who have not any influence of the winter vomiting diseases.
But the "No Entry" board is still present in the wards which were fully closed or wards those have few patients are given admission because there were small numbers of norovirus patients inside.
The prohibition was in the wards such as S, CDU Medicine, D, G, V, A, B. Morriston Hospital. In total there were 40 wards in this hospital.
After receiving the permission for visiting people, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, who controls the hospital, has advised the visitors to not visit hospitals immediately.
The people having indication of norovirus or flu or diarrhoea or vomiting for last few days have been requested to stay away from the patients. By doing so, they could reduce the danger of the spreading infection on to patients and staff.
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