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​Local hospitals will continue to require masks be worn

For Immediate Release
Local hospitals will continue to require masks be worn

Waterloo Region & Wellington County | June 8, 2022 –The provincial mandate requiring masks be worn in high risk settings ends this Saturday. Locally, hospitals will continue to require masks be worn by everyone coming into the building. 

“The science tells us how COVID is spread and that has not changed,” says Marianne Walker, President and CEO of Guelph General Hospital and Waterloo Wellington hospital regional lead, COVID-19 response. “We care for the most vulnerable patients and masking is one way we can keep them safe.”

“Maintaining safety measures at our hospitals helps protect patients and staff. They also reduce the opportunity for outbreaks to occur in hospital settings which can affect our ability to provide and ramp up our services.”

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More Information:

Stephan Beckhoff

Manager, Public Affairs & Communications Cambridge Memorial Hospital sbeckhoff@cmh.org

t: 519-621-2333 ext. 2427

m: 519-654-8334

Cheryl Evans

Manager, Communications and Engagement

Grand River Hospital cheryl.evans@grhosp.on.ca t: 519-749-4300 ext. 3880

m: 226-749-0689

Alison Armstrong

Manager, Communications and Stakeholder Relations Wellington Health Care Alliance

Groves Memorial Community Hospital North Wellington Health Care aarmstrong@whca.ca

519-843-2010 ext. 47614

Perry Hagerman

Senior Communications Specialist Guelph General Hospital PHagerman@gghorg.ca

519-837-6440 ext. 2774

Dayna Giorgio

Manager, Communications St. Mary’s General Hospital dgiorgio@smgh.ca

519-895-6540

 

North Wellington Health Care

  • Louise Marshall Hospital

  • 630 Dublin Street, Mount Forest,
    ON N0G 2L3
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  • Phone: (519) 323-2210
  • Palmerston and District Hospital

  • 500 Whites Road, Palmerston,
    ON N0G 2P0
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  • Phone: (519) 343-2030

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