Indonesia's capital, Jakarta, opened its mosques and other places of worship for the first time in three months on Friday.
On Thursday the city's governor said offices, restaurants, shopping malls and tourist attractions would also be allowed to start operating again in the coming weeks as part of measures to ease the local lockdown.
Those attending mosques were asked to bring their own prayer mats and abide by social distancing rules, with temperature checks at the door.
Indonesia has confirmed more than 29,000 cases of coronavirus and 1,770 deaths.
Jakarta has been the epicentre of the outbreak, with 7,766 cases and 523 deaths.