Health officials in Jersey are warning islanders of 'increased pressure' on the hospital's Emergency Department.
The number of people attending A&E has increased by around a third in the past few days, leading to overcrowding.
A spokesperson for the hospital said issues affecting the Emergency Department have stemmed from Islanders presenting with coughs and colds, symptoms of norovirus and other non-urgent conditions that patients should consult their GP about.
An increase in admissions via the Emergency Department and other winter pressures, notably flu, are said to have had a significant impact on bed capacity at the Hospital.
Earlier this week the General Hospital was put on a red alert, with fewer than five beds available, however the alert was downgraded to amber yesterday when the number of available beds rose to between five and 10.