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The COVID-19 Pandemic Continues

With the update to Phase 4 Webster County Community Hospital and Clinic have made a few changes to visitor rules. Any and all in-patients may have one visitor at a time, it does not have to be the same visitor throughout the day. Regarding ER visits we will continue to allow just one visitor - the same visitor. However, Exceptions may include pediatric patients and those patients requiring end of life care. Please check with the nurses station for any updates. Finally, the Webster County Clinic will continue to allow one visitor with an out-patient at a time.

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Webster County has been very lucky that we have seen very few cases in the county. Even with that said, we still need to take precautions on a daily basis to keep ourselves safe and healthy. It is very important to remember to always wash your hands or use hand sanitizer. Wear a mask when you go into stores and businesses. Try to eat a healthy balanced diet and get plenty of rest to keep a strong immune system. The staff at Webster County Hospital and Clinic are here for you to answer any questions, to keep you healthy, and to serve all of your medical needs.
-Michele Durr, MD, FAAFP

You can also visit South Heartland District Health Department based in Hastings at for updated information concerning our local four county area. And the National Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at for more information.


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