Countries around the world are implementing measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus, from national quarantines to school closures.
Several countries (like Spain, Iran, Italy, Denmark, Israel, and Germany) that previously imposed restrictions are beginning to lift lockdown measures. But results have been mixed.
While "lockdown" isn't a technical term used by public-health officials, it can refer to anything from mandatory geographic quarantines to non-mandatory recommendations to stay at home, closures of certain types of businesses, or bans on events and gatherings, Lindsay Wiley, a health law professor at the Washington College of Law, told Vox.
Here are the countries and territories that have implemented mandatory mass quarantines so far - and how some of them are beginning to open up.
While hit hard, Spain is beginning to reopen. It ended its state of emergency on June 21.
Spain, which was initially hard hit but had seen success in containing the virus, is seeing a new wave of infections.
According to NPR, nightclubs have now been closed, and restaurants and bars will have to close by 1:00 a.m. Protesters demonstrated against new public mask mandates on Sunday.
The country has had more than 28,646 deaths and 359,082 cases as of Tuesday.
Iran has begun to reopen its major highways and stores, as well as mosques.
Iran, which was hit early with a severe coronavirus outbreak, has started to reopen its capital, major highways, and stores.
According to Yahoo News, an Iranian newspaper was reportedly shut down after quoting a former member of the country's coronavirus task force; they said that the actual number of cases and deaths could be 20 times higher than official reports.
As of Tuesday, the country had 347,835 infections and 19,972 deaths.
Italy has introduced new measures for the first time since its lockdown ended.
On Monday, Italy put in place new restrictions for the first time since exiting lockdown, the Washington Post reports.
Nightclubs will close, and those participating in nightlife will have to wear masks both indoors and outdoors.
At least 254,235 people have been infected, and 35,400 have died from the coronavirus in Italy as of Tuesday.
Singapore began a phased reopening.
Schools have reopened with a combination of in-person and virtual learning, and employees may return to work, although they are encouraged to work from home.
The Singapore-Malaysia border has now reopened.
South Africa has eased restrictions, although cases are now surging.
On Monday, almost all restrictions in South Africa's strict lockdown were eased, according to BBC News. The country had originally gradually eased measures in June, but then reinstated them as cases rose.
The country will be closed for international tourism until February 2021.
Morocco has stopped domestic travel into several major cities.
Following an ease in restrictions and a rise in cases, the country stopped allowing people to enter and exit several major cities at the end of July, Reuters reports.
Venues like restaurants can reopen with half capacity, and sports will resume without fans.
On June 11, shops, local commerce, and industries reopened. Domestic flights could resume on June 25.
The government has arrested at least a dozen people for spreading false coronavirus news, according to US News & World Report.
Many countries have also closed borders to prevent international travelers from spreading the virus.
These countries include: