The world’s Orthodox Christians are celebrating Easter – the most important festival in their calendar, amid a series of restrictions and bans.
Officials in Europe, the Middle East and Africa urged people not to attend services, fearing this would lead to a spike in coronavirus infections.
However, in Georgia, worshippers are still able to attend churches.
The traditional Holy Fire ceremony went ahead in a near-deserted Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
The church was closed last month and only a handful of Orthodox clergy, some of them wearing black masks, were allowed in for the ceremony on Saturday.
Source: BBC News