Shanghai Pudong Hospital returned to normal operations on Tuesday.
It was the first hospital in the city to have undergone a two-week shutdown after a nurse tested positive for COVID-19 on November 20.
About 1,800 people made outpatient reservations for Tuesday, about the same level as before, the hospital said.
Health code and temperature screening are still required before entering the buildings.
Those without reservations, such as the elderly, can get help from on-site workers and pass through a green channel. Reservation are also available through 24-hour hotline.
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