Notes to Visitors and Patients

Novel Infectious Disease Alert Response Level


1.    All people should wear surgical mask within hospital compound.

2.    Practice Hand Hygiene before entering and leaving the ward / hospital area.

3.    No visiting is allowed for visitors who has symptoms such as respiratory symptoms, fever, diarrhea, etc.

4.    If there is evidence suggesting that patient is having Avian Flu/ MERS/ Monkeypox (Mpox) Diseases, he/she will be transferred to a HA hospital immediately. St. Teresa’s Hospital will not admit those patients.

5.    For pregnant women (except those admitted for delivery) and children under 12 years old, they should not visit patients in the hospital.

6.    There should not be more than TWO visitors at each visiting.



New Notes to Visitors and Patients


In response to Government updating the infection control policy of COVID-19, with effect from 1 March 2023, visitors are not required to provide Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) before entering hospital compound.

Visiting Hours:  8:00a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

(Please note that the above-mentioned measures are subject to change in accordance with the epidemic situation without prior notice.)



St. Teresa’s Hospital



Infection Control Team