From Tuesday, (April 26), North West Anglia Foundation NHS Trust - which runs Peterborough City, Hinchingbrooke and Stamford and Rutland hospitals - has confirmed, it will further reduce visiting restrictions as it is now safe to do so, and as part of the journey to fully lifting all restrictions.
Updated visitor guidance is available here including remaining infection control guidance that is in place to continue to offer a level of protection to both the patients and staff.
This includes the requirement to wear a face covering at all times when visiting the trust hospitals, and not coming in if you are feeling unwell.
“We understand how difficult it has been for our patients and visitors during times we’ve had to have very strict visiting protocols in place,” said Chief Nurse Jo Bennis.
“We’d like to thank everyone for their support and cooperation and we hope that reducing the restrictions in place will allow for patients to connect with family and friends again.”