Visiting restrictions have now been lifted at a Birmingham hospital struck by an outbreak of norovirus.
Good Hope Hospital, in Sutton Coldfield, was forced to minimise visiting times and numbers after four wards were sealed off due to the diarrhoea and sickness bug over a week ago.
Heart of England Foundation Trust bosses said all wards had now reopened and visiting was back to normal.
Lisa Dunn, hospital director, said: “The visiting restriction has now been lifted throughout the Good Hope Hospital site.
“It is however advised to phone the ward you intend to visit, prior to making you journey as certain restrictions may still apply on certain wards.
Two wards - 2 and 10 - are still closed off to new patients and visitors at Heartlands Hospital, in Bordesley Green.
Visiting at Heartlands Hospital remains as normal except for the two wards affected.