N.Y. hospital restricts access due to bedbugs

September 26, 2019

The outpatient area of C.R. Wood Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital was restricted recently because of bedbugs, according to an article on the Post-Star website.

Someone come to the outpatient Cancer Center with bedbugs, according to a hospital spokesperson.

In response, the facility restricted the area and gave the area a thorough cleaning.

The hospital tried to contact all patients who had an appointment scheduled to tell them of the restriction.

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