The pandemic is curtailing Eid al-Fitr celebrations around the world.
The Islamic festival that marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan is normally a time of feasting and family gatherings. But this year millions of Muslims around the world are being urged to stay at home.
Saudi Arabia has ordered a complete lockdown during the festival. Here a worshipper at the Grand Mosque in Mecca offers sweets to security guards
Turkey has also imposed a strict lockdown. The Imam of Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul is pictured reciting morning prayers for Eid behind locked doors
In Indonesia, which has the world’s largest Muslim population, the streets are largely deserted. But these health workers who are treating Covid-19 patients managed to enjoy a communal meal in Tangerang
With large get-togethers discouraged, these Muslims in Nairobi, Kenya, held prayers at a small courtyard next to their home