TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - News 10 has learned both Terre Haute hospitals have put temporary flu restrictions in place.
On Friday afternoon, both Union Hospital and Terre Haute Regional said they would start restricting visitors.
That means, until further notice no visitors with flu-like symptoms, no visitors under the age of 18, only two visitors per patient, and only parents and grandparents will be allowed in the baby area.
In the latest flu report, Indiana is listed in the high category for flu numbers. Illinois is listed as moderate.
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