Ward 12 at the Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary has re-opened today, after it was closed due to an outbreak of norovirus.
It's the final ward at the hospital to re-open for admissions, transfers and routine visits, and had been shut since Friday 1 May.
Ward 12 at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary remains shut, due to a continuing norovirus outbreak.
Full outbreak control measures are still being taken at the hospital, though no new patients have reported the symptoms of the virus.
Wards 12 at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary remains closed due to an outbreak of Norovirus.
A total of 23 patients and three members of staff have reported symptoms of the infection.
Ward 18 had also been closed, but has now re-opened.
A total of 25 patients and three staff have now been affected by norovirus at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
Two wards at the hospital, 12 and 18, have been closed since Friday due to the infection.
Ward 18 is expected to open later today, following appropriate terminal cleaning.
Wards 12 and 18 at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary are currently closed due to confirmed Norovirus outbreak.
A total of nineteen patients and three members of staff have been affected since Friday 1 May.
It's believed the "winter vomiting bug" is circulating throughout Dumfries and Galloway at the moment.
Members of the public who have symptoms of vomiting and diarrhoea are asked not to visit the hospital until 48 hours after symptoms have resolved.
Borders General Hospital has asked the public to avoid visiting this weekend"unless absolutely necessary" following an outbreak of norovirus.
The Department of Medicine for the Elderly at the hospital is currently closed to admissions and two bays in Ward 4 are also closed.
In addition, two bays at Haylodge Hospital in Peebles have been closed due to patients experiencing symptoms of the winter vomiting bug.
If visiting this weekend is absolutely necessary, staff have warned that visits should be limited to two visitors per patient at any one time and that visits with children are being actively discouraged.
The Department of Medicine for the Elderly (DME) at the Borders General Hospital is currently closed to admissions due norovirus.
One bay in Ward 4 has also been also closed.
Visiting the DME is strongly discouraged at this time, and the general advice is to stay away from any hospital ward if you, or anyone in your family, has experienced symptoms of diarrhoea and/or vomiting in the past 48 hours
All wards are now open and functioning normally at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary following an outbreak of norovirus.
Fifty-eight people in total were affected by the "winter vomiting bug", with both staff and patients falling ill.
The hospital have thanked both the public and staff for their help throughout the outbreak.
Ward 14 is now the only ward closed due to an on-going norovirus outbreak at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary.
Ward 10 re-opened yesterday, after closing last week.
A total of 46 patients and 12 staff members have presented across the hospital with symptoms consistent with Norovirus since 28 March 2015.
Some patients are suffering a relapse of symptoms after the 48 hour symptom free period.
Two wards are closed and full control measures continue to be implemented at Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary due to an ongoing outbreak of norovirus.
Wards 10 and 14 remain closed to admissions, transfers and routine visiting after ward 14 closed yesterday. Ward 9 and 12 have both reopened.
The total number of patients experiencing symptoms of sickness and diarrhoea is 44, and there have been 11 reported cases in staff.
All members of the public who plan to visit other areas of the hospital are asked not to if they have symptoms of nausea, vomiting or diarrhoea, and to comply with the hand hygiene and infection control measures in place.