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Flu restricting visitation at local hospital

(KMZA)--Due to an increase in flu activity, the medical staff at the Nemaha Valley Community Hospital in Seneca is restricting visiting hours effective  immediately.

The hospital says the action is being taken to limit the risk of exposure to patients as well as other visitors and staff.

The hospital is asking that visitors only come if its absolutely necessary, especially individuals under the age of 18.

Officials say all visitors to the Nemaha Valley Community Hospital and Seneca Family Practice should properly disinfect their hands by washing with soap and water or using a sanitizing gel when entering and leaving the facilities in order to prevent the spread of the flu virus.


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