Following the lockdown and stay home efforts in Doha and across Qatar, the government has introduced a plan to gradually reopen public spaces to people.
There are four phases in the plan, the first started on June 15 and the fourth and final one starts on September 1.
Phase 2 starts on Wednesday July 1.
All changes are still subject to strict social distancing measures and guidelines to help stop the spread of Covid-19 and could be reversed.
Here's what you can expect to see happen.
Phase two (from July 1)
Gatherings of fewer than ten people will be allowed.
Private health clinics will be allowed to operate at 60 percent capacity.
Boat and yacht rental for families only of fewer than ten people.
Parks, corniche and beaches will reopen.
All malls open, with restricted hours and capacity.
Souks and wholesale markets will open, with restricted capacity and hours.
Museums and libraries will open, with restricted hours and capacity.
Personal training sessions in large, open outdoor spaces for groups of fewer than ten people.
Offices can operate at 50 percent capacity.
For the other phases, click here.