Call your doctor before leaving home if you think you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 or have symptoms

Due to the presence of COVID-19 in our community, visitor restrictions are in place for all Duke clinics and hospitals. For your safety and the safety of others, we recommend patients do not bring a visitor to Duke clinics, if at all possible. If a visitor must accompany a patient, only one individual over 12 years of age is allowed. Patients and visitors will be screened for symptoms upon arrival. Individuals with flu-like symptoms are not allowed. View the complete list of Visitor Restrictions.

Effective immediately, Duke Health is prioritizing and rescheduling some non-emergent or non-critical surgeries, procedures, and appointments. Check our COVID-19 (Coronavirus) page for updates.

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Novel Decontamination of N95 Masks
Novel Decontamination of N95 Masks

Duke Health research and clinical teams have confirmed a way to use existing vaporized hydrogen peroxide methods to decontaminate the masks so they can be reused.

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COVID-19 Updates

View updated visitor restrictions, learn about the rescheduling of some non-emergent, non-critical surgeries procedures and appointments, location closures, adjusted hours, and more Duke Health information related to COVID-19.  

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Additional Visitor Restrictions In Place

Starting March 23, updated visitor restrictions are in place at Duke Health. No visitors will be allowed into our hospitals until further notice with some limited exceptions. Outpatient restrictions have not changed.

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