Restrictions in one of the Dunedin Hospital wards in lockdown
due to gastroenteritis have been lifted.
Southern District Health Board patient services director
Lexie O'Shea said there had been no further cases in either
ward 6a or ward 6b.
Yesterday the board reopened ward 6b to visitors and
admissions, while ward 6a would be reassessed today.
Restrictions remained in place at Clutha Health First, where
the inpatient ward was not accepting any transfers from other
hospitals because of a gastroenteritis outbreak.
Tight restrictions on visitors remained in place.