VA Illiana Health Care System Restricts Visitors to Danville Campus In an effort to minimize the risk of Veterans contracting influenza at VA Illiana Health Care System, the facility has implemented the following visiting restrictions: - If you have a cough, congestion, runny nose, or fever, please do not visit until you have not had symptoms for 24 hours. - If you must visit and have symptoms, ask a staff member for a protection mask to wear during your visit. - Wash your hands with soap and water, or use hand gel frequently to stop the spread of germs. - No Visitors under 18 years of age. Your assistance in helping us prevent the spread of Influenza is greatly appreciated. If you are a Veteran enrolled for care at the VA Medical Center in Danville, or any of the Community Based Outpatient Clinics and you have not already received your flu vaccine, it is not too late. Please talk with your Primary Care Team about how you can be vaccinated. More Details
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Effective March 26, 2014, Means Tests (10-10EZR) will no longer be required except for medication co-payment determination and beneficiary travel co-pay waivers. VA will retrieve income information from the Social Security Administration and the Internal Revenue Service.
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Last updated April 2, 2014