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GRANGEVILLE – As of Aug. 10, Syringa Hospital & Clinics requires all patients and visitors to have a face mask while in the facility.  Masks will be provided for those who do not have one.

“Wearing a face covering helps everyone keep their germs to themselves and prevents the spread of illness especially among those who may not be aware they have it,” a Friday, Aug. 7 press release stated. “Cloth face masks should not be placed on young children younger than 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, anyone who is incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the cloth face-covering without assistance. Options are available for those who are not able to wear a mask including curb side pharmacy, waiting in your vehicle until your appointment, using a face shield rather than masks or scheduling a telehealth visit. Our staff is happy to make alternate arrangements for those who need assistance or are unable to wear a face covering.”  

For questions, call 208-983-1700. 

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