Starting Monday, new restrictions are taking effect at five major health systems in Oklahoma.
 
People will no longer be allowed to visit adult patients at the following hospitals: 
 
  • INTEGRIS Health (all Oklahoma hospital locations) 
  • Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City 
  • Norman Regional Health System 
  • OU Medicine 
  • OU Medical Center 
  • OU Medical Center Edmond 
  • The Children’s Hospital at OU Medicine 
  • The OU College of Pharmacy locations 
  • Clinics in OU Physicians, 
  • Stephenson Cancer Center, 
  • OU College of Dentistry 
  • OU College of Allied Health 
  • SSM St. Anthony Hospital 
  • SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital-Shawnee 
  • SSM Health Bone & Joint Hospital at St. Anthony 
  • SSM Health St. Anthony Healthplex locations
At certain hospitals for children's care and labor and delivery care, one visitor is allowed to accompany a child or one of those patients to an appointment. The person has to be over 18, even if they are a sibling. 
 
Those hospitals include:
 
  • INTEGRIS Children’s Hospital 
  • The Children’s Hospital at OU Medicine 
  • OU Children’s Physicians 
  • Norman Regional’s Women’s and Children’s Pavilion 
  • SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital
 
An announcement that came out Sunday from OU Med also said critical care, hospice and adults patients that need help will be decided on a case-by-case basis. 
 
All the health systems are emphasizing that anyone with flu-like symptoms should not visit the hospital, unless they are trying to get treatment.