Wearing masks properly is part of keeping every Spartan safe

February 15, 2021

Performing steps to stop the spread of Covid-19 from person to person is as important now that vaccination continues as it was when the disease was new.

“We continue to communicate to our patients and staff as we have from the beginning of the pandemic: wash your hands, wear a mask and physically distance,” said Tony Avellino, MD, Assistant VP of Health Sciences and chief clinical and medical officer for MSU Health Care.

Safety is our priority so in addition to the community compact, MSU Health Care has restricted visitors to one per patient or two to a newborn patient and provided a toll-free triage call center available for questions related to Covid-19.

These efforts are reinforced through signage located prominently in all our health care areas.