Family and friends will now be able to visit patients at Oxford's hospitals at the weekend.
Visits were restricted to one person, per patient, for one hour, once a day during the week following the coronavirus crisis.
The stricter measures were put in place to protect staff, patients and visitors.
However the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust says it will begin extending visits to Saturday and Sunday - starting from this weekend (18 July).
One hour slots will be booked in advance by staff on the ward, who will contact named next of kin to arrange the appointment.
Some patients will have different arrangements, such as women in labour, child patients, patients at the end of their life, and patients with learning difficulties.
Visiting is still not allowed on wards where staff are treating patients with COVID-19.
We have been really pleased to welcome visitors back to our hospitals. It's been lovely to have their support for their loved ones while they're under our care, and it's a really important part of our patients' recovery.
The Trust consists of four hospitals:
John Radcliffe Hospital
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Horton General Hospital