Visitors must have compliant masks

Some visitors are using masks from home that have been found ineffective, including masks with exhalation valves. They allow unfiltered air to escape and post a potential health risk to others.
These masks will be viewed as non-compliant; users will be asked to change to a mask provided by Providence. Visitors will also be given the option of adding an additional mask over the top; this can be added into practice, now.

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