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Due to significant community spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of patients and staff, the following visitor guideline changes are being made.
Those who are eligible but have not been vaccinated are among those most at risk for COVID-19 infection and related complications, including hospitalization and death.
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Illness, hospitalizations and death due to COVID-19 and the Delta variant are unnecessary and preventable. Gundersen Health System has vaccine to protect everyone eligible.
Everyone age 12 and older is encouraged to get the COVID-19 vaccine, which provides the surest protection against the virus and its variants.
The COVID-19 Delta variant, which is highly transmissible and may lead to more severe illness, now accounts for more than 50% of COVID cases nationally.
Children of any age and adults can visit hospitalized patients in La Crosse who are not being treated for COVID-19 effective Tuesday, July 6.
Gundersen patients can now get protected against COVID-19 by receiving the vaccine during Family Medicine appointments at the Onalaska Clinic.
In early July, Gundersen will begin providing COVID-19 vaccine during appointments in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.
The Norma J. Vinger Center for Breast Care, supported by Gundersen Medical Foundation, is accepting nominations for the annual Paula J. Tower Memorial Award.
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