About visits (Notice of lifting restrictions)

About visits (Notice of lifting restrictions)

We have been restricting visitors to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but visitation restrictions were lifted on Monday, June 19, 2023. We will continue to take infection control measures so that patients can stay safely. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation when visiting.

About Visits

  1. Visiting hour 8: 00 ~ 20: 30 (Weekdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
  2. Applicable visitors: Family and related parties
      Visitors in the following are not allowed to visit.
    *If you have a fever of 37.5℃or more, cough, difficulty breathing, phlegm, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, diarrhea, vomiting, or physical symptoms such as odor or taste abnormality.
    *If you are diagnosed as positive for COVID-19 or regarded as a close contact.
  3. Flow of Visits
    (1) Disinfect your hands and take your temperature with facial recognition thermo sensor at the visitation reception desk on the first floor.
    (2) Fill out the "Visiting reception form " at the reception desk. You cannot visit unless you meet the visiting requirements on the reception list.
    (3) Please give the form to the security guard.
    (4) After the security guard contacts the ward, the guard will give you a sticker with the name of the visiting ward and the reception time. Please put the sticker on your clothes to be visible and go to the ward.
  4. Visiting method (General ward)
    (1) Multibed room visits: Close the curtains around the bed and visit within the curtains.
    (2) Day room visits: Avoid the “Three Cs” closed spaces, crowded places, and close-contact settings.
    *Visits method other than the general ward are provided separately.

Please take measures against infection.
Wearing a mask
Hand disinfection

The infectivity of COVID-19 has not changed at all!!
Please do the following to protect our patients.

  • To avoid “Three Cs” (closed spaces, crowded places, and close-contact settings)
    refrain from visiting with many people or for long hours.
  • Wear a face mask and disinfect your hands when visiting.
    *Visits may be restricted depending on the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thank you for your cooperation.

President of Tokyo Metropolitan Bokutoh Hospital

Updated as of February 1, 2024