Not in ours. I handle Infection Prevention. I also handle the pet records. Our state has a policy of what animals are allowed. Monkeys are considered "exotic" pets. We don't allow those at all. Check your state policy. In addition, our visiting animals are only allowed in certain areas and they must show written current proof of vaccinations and a signed letter from the owners' veterinarian, on their clinic letterhead.
We keep a roster of what pets have been cleared at the desk in reception. If that animal is not on the list, it is not admitted to the facility.
These animals also have to be trained, housebroken, and at least 6 months old, and able to handle loud noises, children, other animals close by, etc. They must be on leash at all times and not in the control of any child. They also cannot interfere with staff or Residents who are ambulating, etc. They cannot bark incessantly or whine.
We are very strict. We have to be.