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NUH Maternity Covid-19 Information

Whilst the Government has now removed all remaining domestic restrictions in England, here at Nottingham University Hospitals, we are still asking patients and visitors to follow our guidance to reduce the risk of catching and spreading Covid-19 when you are in our hospitals.

We understand that this may still be an anxious time for anyone who is pregnant and due to give birth.  To keep you and your family safe we will still be asking you to follow some simple steps while you are in the hospitals or visiting a loved one.

In our Maternity Units:

You can now have 2 birthing partners with you at QMC and City Maternity Units.

Visiting hours for partners has increased from 8 am to 12 noon and from 1pm to 5pm.

Our ward visiting remains the same for the time being: One birth partner only, no children or other visitors.

We will keep you updated on any further changes as they are approved.

If you have any concerns please contact your midwife and you can find all the information you need in our new  Visitors Code 

If you would like more information about Covid-19, including testing and vaccinations, please visit our main Covid-19 pages for Nottingham University Hospitals.