Vulnerable patients, including but not limited to patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia, as well as patients in non-Covid critical areas will be allowed to have visitors.
All visits are limited to a maximum of one hour, and a specific time will need to be agreed with the ward.
Any visitors who attend the hospital must follow any health and safety rules including wearing a face covering in the hospital, and must not be isolating, shielding or unwell.
A spokesperson said: “We may also be able to accommodate visitors for patients with a long length of stay, or following recommendations from their medical team.
“Please be aware we are not able to permit visiting to any Covid areas, except for patients receiving end-of-life care.”
General visiting to the hospital will continue to be suspended but the exceptions to this are:
If you are a birthing partner accompanying a woman in labour.
If you are a parent or appropriate adult visiting your child.
If the patient you wish to visit is receiving end-of-life care.