Visitors not allowed at Kaiser's Moanalua Medical Center except under certain situations
As of Wednesday, Jan. 12, visitors will not be allowed at Kaiser Permanente’s Moanalua Medical Center except under certain situations.
Kaiser officials say the new rule is a result of the spread of the Omicron variant.
Circumstances under which visitors will be allowed at Kaiser’s Moanalua facility include the birth of a child, pediatric patients, patients traveling with a caregiver, and end-of-life situations.
Other Kaiser facilities are also limiting visitors to parents without childcare accommodations, and patients with Americans with Disabilities Act needs.