Guidelines for Invited Visitors
The Memphis area has confirmed cases of COVID-19. External visitor access to the St. Jude Campus is now very limited. Only invited visitors may come on campus and must follow these guidelines. Please do not come on campus if you are sick.
You may not come on campus:
- If you have come in contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or someone who has been quarantined.
- If you or any members of your household have any of the following symptoms:
- Fever (suspected or actual temperature of 100.4°F/38.0°C or greater)
- Difficulty breathing
- Sore throat
- Runny nose
Approval is Required
You must inform your host about your travel history in the 14 days before your visit. Your host must obtain approval for your visit to campus.
You may not come on campus if you, a family member or any guest in your home:
- Are sick or have been exposed to any contagious illness; or
- Have had a 100.4 degrees or greater temperature in the last 48 hours; or
- Have vomiting or diarrhea; or
- Have “pink eye”; or
- Have a rash suggestive of chickenpox, shingles, measles or other viral illness; or
- Have had a fever with cough, runny nose and pink eyes followed by a rash during the last 3 weeks; or
- Have had contact with someone who might have had measles within the last 3 weeks; or
- Have a draining wound; or
- Have a rash after recently receiving the chickenpox vaccine; or
- Have received the oral polio or smallpox vaccine within the previous 4 weeks.
To promote the safety and well-being of our patients, please follow these guidelines:
- Visitors must be accompanied by an ALSAC or St. Jude staff member with an ID badge at all times.
- For privacy purposes, no photos or videos are allowed of patients, families or staff.
- Visitors should avoid interacting with patients or their families to safeguard health and privacy.