Proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test in the last 72 hours will now be required if you are visiting at Banner Lassen Medical Center. With the hospital’s chief medical officer stating that the new procedure “serves as an additional layer of protection for our health care workers, patients and those visiting the hospital”. There are a few exceptions to the rules such as parents who must legally be there for the care of a minor, and first responders entering the building while on duty, and those who are seeking care at the hospital.
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