During the holy month of Ramazan, night time, for most Muslims, is an opportunity to go out meet family, friends and for communal prayer. This year the celebrations are more muted.
This year Ramazan for most Muslims will be unlike any they have experienced before.
Hundreds of millions of Muslims began a month of no food or drink from dawn to dusk.
Precautions against the coronavirus will mean large public gatherings celebrating Ramazan are off the menu. For millions around the world, the breaking of the fast is a communal event which this year will be limited to the closest of family relations.