Italy started relaxing its lockdown on May 4, after almost two months.
Previously, only grocery stores and pharmacies were open, and people could only travel with police permission.
Schools, cinemas, and most retail shops remain closed.
Stores, libraries, and museums could reopen May 18, and hairdressers, salons, bars, and restaurants by June 1.
Italians are slowly, cautiously, reemerging into spring, able to see their loved ones, exercise outside, and get restaurant takeout for the first time in months.
Let's see what life in Italy is like now that the lockdown has been relaxed.