Visitors to the OLVG hospital in Amsterdam are obliged to wear a mouth mask from Thursday.
The hospital, with locations in East and West, is thus responding to Mayor Halsema’s call for it wearing mouth masks in publicly accessible indoor areas.
The rule applies to visitors and patients at the outpatient clinic aged 13 and older. Visitors who do not have a face mask will receive one upon entry.
A spokesperson for the Amsterdam UMC says that from tomorrow an ‘urgent request’ will be made to patients and visitors under the age of thirteen to wear a non-medical mask in the hospital. So it is not mandatory there.
AT5 also approached the BovenIJ, but that hospital could not say today whether mouth masks will also be mandatory.
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