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Innovis Health drops visitor restrictions

Fargo's Innovis Health has lifted visitor restrictions at its hospital campus, 3000 32nd Ave.

Fargo's Innovis Health has lifted visitor restrictions at its hospital campus, 3000 32nd Ave. S.

The move, effective immediately, was announced Monday morning.

Innovis Health continues to request that individuals with flu-like symptoms or any other illnesses refrain from visiting the hospital campus, the release said.

Innovis also encourage visitors to take extra precaution by thoroughly washing hands when entering and leaving the building, and by requesting a mask (if necessary) for both patient and visitor protection.

Nancy Korth, vice president of patient care, said flu symptoms have slowed, but the hospital will continue to monitor patients. If necessary, the hospital will revisit implementing restrictions.

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