Outpatients visiting Peterborough City Hospital urged to take COVID test before arriving

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Hospital says outpatients should stay away if they have tested positive for the virus

Outpatients visiting Peterborough City Hospital are being urged to take a COVID test before arriving.

North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Peterborough City, Hinchingbrooke and Stamford & Rutland hospitals, said there had been a number of patients arriving who tested positive arriving.

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The spokesman said; “We are experiencing a number of patients attending hospital appointments who have tested Covid positive.

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“Please consider performing a Lateral Flow Test on the day of your outpatient appointment.

“If you have tested positive for Covid, please do not attend our hospital.

“You can re-schedule your appointment by phoning our Phone Hub on 01733 67 3555. Our friendly team will arrange to re-schedule your appointment for you.”