Places of worship in Guernsey have reopened for "private prayer".
As part of phase three of the island's lockdown exit, islanders will now be able to access some churches and other religious centres at certain times of the day.
I'm absolutely delighted that the States have taken account of the spiritual needs of the people of Guernsey alongside all the other things. At the moment, it's just for individuals to come in, pray, be quiet, and find the refreshment and encouragement that they need from these spiritual centres.
Other changes under phase three include:
Indoor building is allowed to take place
Takeaways can reopen
Childminders can operate under certain circumstances
A maximum of ten people can attend weddings and funerals
Public toilets have reopened
Bubbles can contain four households
Non-essential retailers (garden centres, cycle shops, sports shops and those selling clothes and shoes for children) are being reopened on a pilot basis