The UK and Irish governments have lifted the travel advisory to ban turkey travel following coronavirus news.
The travel advisory has been in place since the beginning of this month, but it was only to last until Wednesday.
It was initially in place for the UK until October, when a number of travellers became ill and died.
A total of 11,000 travellers have been warned to leave the UK or Ireland as of Wednesday morning.
More than 6,000 people in the Republic of Ireland have been advised to take precautions to reduce their risk of infection.
The UK has seen a spike in cases in recent weeks, with the highest recorded number of coronaviruses in March.
The latest coronaviral outbreak has been linked to travellers returning from Turkey.
In the UK, the travel warning is to remain in place until further notice.
“We are now assessing the situation with our international partners, with advice to all airlines, travellers and businesses to ensure that they remain in their departure areas,” a spokesperson for the British Transport Police said.