The streets in Jerusalem's Old City were empty on Easter this year due to lockdown measures imposed by Israel, including social distancing.
Easter is the most important religious festival of the year for Christians, and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem is one of the most important Christian holy sites in the world.
Typically, thousands of tourists and pilgrims walk along the road Christians believe Jesus walked before he was crucified.
This year, the streets were empty and the church was closed to the public.
As of April 12, there have been over 1.8 million confirmed coronavirus cases around the world, along with more than 114,000 deaths. 
Here's what Easter in Jerusalem looked like during the coronavirus.
BEFORE: In the week leading up to and including Easter, tens of thousands of pilgrims follow the steps Christians believe Jesus took through Jerusalem.
AFTER: But a place for waiting along the Via Dolorosa was eerily deserted on April 10.
BEFORE: For Christians, Easter is the most important religious festival of the year.
AFTER: But with Israel on lockdown, the highly-trafficked Via Dolorosa, in Jerusalem's Old City, was empty.
BEFORE: Christian worshippers typically fill Via Dolorosa from side to side.
AFTER: This year, Via Dolorosa was deserted except for several police officers monitoring the area.
BEFORE: A massive procession carries a large cross in 2019.
AFTER: This year, only small numbers of people worshipped at the holy site.
BEFORE: Last year, cars were not parked on Via Dolorosa during Easter. There was barely room for the worshippers.
AFTER: But this year, cars were parked along the procession route.
BEFORE: The worshippers' destination is the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, which is hundreds of years old. It's usually filled with people on Good Friday.
AFTER: This year the church was closed to the public. It's the first time it's been closed during Easter since 1349, when it closed because of a plague called Black Death.