Senegal is easing coronavirus restrictions starting on Tuesday, including the reopening of markets and businesses.
Mosques are now allowed to reopen for prayers during the holy month of Ramadan, and churches can also welcome worshippers.
The night-time curfew has been reduced by two hours, and will now run from 21:00 to 05:00 local time.
In a televised address late on Monday, President Macky Sall said that Senegalese people would need to “adapt individual and collective behaviour” and “learn to live with the virus”.
The announcement came as the country recorded 177 new cases on Monday, the highest jump in a single day since the first case was recorded on 2 March.
Senegal has so far recorded 1,886 coronavirus cases in total, including 19 deaths.