Muslims around the world are preparing to celebrate Eid this weekend, marking the end of Ramadan.
But with social distancing restrictions in place, not every country is able to celebrate as usual.
In Malaysia people were able to access their mosque and pray while maintaining a social distance.
In Pakistan, people packed into a mosque to attend prayers. Daily prayers and evening congregations have been allowed during Ramadan, according to the AFP news agency.
In the UK, mosques have been closed for nine weeks.
The Muslim Council of Britain has called for people to celebrate at home this weekend.
In the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, worshippers have been able to access their local mosque. Many wore face masks to protect themselves while they prayed.
Mosques there opened to the public on 6 May, according to the Sarajevo Times.