Restaurants, shops and mosques reopened in Cairo on Saturday after being shut for months of lockdown amid COVID-19 outbreak.
People could be seen having their temperature checked at restaurants, as workers disinfected chairs and tables. The Al-Hussain Mosque opened its doors again after COVID-19 restrictions, and also appeared to be disinfected.
The country's authorities had been imposing a strict lockdown to counter fight the COVID-19 outbreak since mid-May, including an overnight curfew for citizens starting from 17:00 local time and ending at 06:00. The metro was also temporarily closed.
Egypt has just under 64,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus, with 2,708 linked deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.