West African health ministers meeting in Ghana have agreed that travel restrictions imposed to combat Ebola should be lifted.
The ministers followed advice from the World Health Organization (WHO) which said that the restrictions create food and supply shortages and harm efforts to contain the deadly virus.
The WHO says the West Africa outbreak could infect more than 20,000 people.
It says there could be four times more cases than officially registered.
The WHO said it was important that airlines resume “vital” flights across the region, because travel bans were threatening efforts to beat the epidemic.