The team at Mater Hospital Brisbane's Congenital Cardiology Service understand the concern for many members of our Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) patient community with regard to COVID-19. We hope the information below is helpful to you at this time.

Changes to visitor restrictions (from 14 April 2021)

In line with the latest advice from Queensland Health, from 6 am on Thursday 15 April 2021, visitors are now permitted at all Mater hospitals.

Please visit the individual facility pages for further information on all other Mater hospitals across Queensland.

Mask wearing at Mater

In line with the updated guidelines from Queensland Health, surgical face masks will no longer be required to be worn by all patients, visitors and staff while within in our facilities.

However, you are encouraged to wear a mask and wear it wherever you cannot socially distance and will be available to anyone entering our hospitals.

We appreciate your support through these changes to keep us all safe.

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