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Ward restrictions eased over bug at Berkshire hospital

Restrictions on visitors have been eased at the Royal Berkshire Hospital after an outbreak of the winter vomiting bug norovirus.

The health trust said many wards were now accessible to visitors with only a small number still shut.

Visitors have been advised to ring the hospital before setting off.

The trust said: "We are very grateful to our patients, families and friends for the patience, co-operation and understanding they have shown."

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