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March 12, 2021 | News, Staff News

STARTING THE WEEK OF MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2021 – All people entering hospitals or personal care homes will be provided a medical mask to wear. This change is happening across Manitoba and starts Monday, March 15th. You will be provided a medical mask when you arrive for your renal/dialysis appointment. We want to thank all of our patients who have helped keep our units as safe as possible by wearing your non-medical masks to your appointments. We appreciate your help in these continued efforts.

*Note – this is starting the week of March 15th but the actual start date may vary for different facilities.

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