It is now more than four months since the novel coronavirus started spreading from Wuhan in China.
Although the pandemic hasn’t stopped, some countries with falling infection rates are slowly easing lockdown restrictions. Small shops and restaurants are reopening in a dozen countries across Asia, Europe and Africa.
Some schoolchildren are returning to class. A few more domestic flights are taking off, and train services are increasing in frequency.
What are the risks of a second wave of infections? And how should we adapt to life post lockdown?