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The No Patient Left Alone Act was a top priority for Republicans. The legislation was in response to the pandemic when many weren’t allowed to visit family members in nursing homes or hospitals. This new law establishes patient visitation rights.
The governor signed off Thursday on a bill giving visitors access to their loved ones. Under the new law hospitals, nursing homes, and hospice facilities must allow at least two visitors to see a patient during visiting hours.
During a state of emergency, a patient may designate two essential caregivers who can visit for at least four hours a day.
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A new law in Missouri will allow families to visit their loved ones in health care facilities during a state of emergency, like COVID-19. The No Patient Left Alone Act was a top priority for Republicans.