Guinean authorities have relaxed Covid-19 measures, including ending a night curfew and suspending a requirement for prior authorisation to transport bodies outside the capital, Conakry.
"The curfew is lifted; advance requests for authorisation to transport bodies from Conakry to the interior and exterior of the country have been suspended," the military junta, the National Rally and Development Committee (CNRD), posted on Twitter.
But the junta said Covid-19 testing remains mandatory.
The CNRD added that "burial of bodies that tested positive for Covid-19 has to be supervised by the Red Cross".
Other Covid-19 measures that will remain in force include mandatory wearing of masks in public areas, hand-washing and social distancing.