Instillation work to affect hospital traffic
Access to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital will be temporarily changed on Wednesday for the instillation of a new well pump.
The Bermuda Hospitals Board said that starting at midnight tomorrow night, there will be no through traffic from the Berry Hill Road entrance to the General Wing main entrance and Point Finger Road.
A statement said: “Vehicular traffic will be able to access the General Wing main entrance for drop off and pick up via the Point Finger Road entrance. These vehicles will be routed back to Point Finger Road to exit.
“Pedestrian traffic will not be impacted by the work but bike parking will be reduced as several bays will be cordoned off.”
The work is expected to be completed by 1pm on Wednesday.
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