Iran has reinstated restrictions in the capital, Tehran, to combat a resurgence of Covid-19.
City authorities announced late on Monday that universities, schools, seminaries, libraries, wedding venues, beauty salons, mosques, cinemas, theatres and museums would be closed for one week, according to local media.
Social, cultural and religious ceremonies were also temporarily banned.
Iran has suffered the biggest outbreak of Covid-19 in the Middle East.
The numbers of new infections and deaths have risen steadily since the start of May, after the government allowed businesses, schools and religious sites to reopen.
The health ministry reported 203 new fatalities on Monday, bringing the overall total to 13,032.
Another 2,349 people tested positive for the virus.