FHP COVID-19 Updates

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COVID protocols update June 27, 2023

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FHP has updated COVID protocols that were put in place previously to protect patients, visitors, and employees at the onset of the pandemic.


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COVID protocols update March 13, 2023

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Foundation Health Partners on March 13, 2023, updated making requirements and visitation guidelines as the health system moves into the next phase of removing protocols that were put into place at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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COVID protocols update October, 2022

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FHP is updating some of the COVID protocols that were put in place in 2020 to protect patients, visitors and employees at the onset of the pandemic.


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COVID RESTRICTIONS TO EASE - MARCH 11, 2022

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With the number of hospitalizations and new infections declining, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital is easing a few of the COVID-related restrictions that were put in place to mitigate the spread of COVID. FMH is using a phased approach to modify COVID restrictions.


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Fairbanks COVID Hospitalizations - February

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February's data from Fairbanks Memorial Hospital.


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Fairbanks COVID Hospitalizations - January

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January's data from Fairbanks Memorial Hospital


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COVID BITES: Jan. 12, 2022

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The therapeutic treatments available for the Omicron variant are extremely limited right now and will remain that way for upcoming months. If you are unvaccinated or immunocompromised or high risk for any reason, be vigilant with protecting yourself from infection. Other than vaccination, the treatments that reduce risk of serious illness or death are currently in scarce supply. Under governmental direction, treatments, due to shortages, are only available to a very small, high risk, population until quantities increase. If ill, see a health care provider.


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Omnicron Variant Q&A

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This information is what we know now. As we've learned throughout the pandemic, information and recommendations can change. One thing remains consistent, vaccination lessens the risk of becoming seriously ill with COVID-19.


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Fairbanks Memorial Hospital administers 1,000th monoclonal antibody treatment


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COVID BITES: Dec. 3, 2021

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Information on the omnicron variant, boosters and changes to the DHSS COVID Dashboards.



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