Senegalese Muslims from the Layene Brotherhood, a religious sect of Sufi Muslims, attend Eid-al-Adha prayers, as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases spike, in Dakar, Senegal July 21, 2021. With COVID-19 cases surging across Senegal, Muslims in the capital Dakar gathered at the beachside Layene Mosque on Wednesday (July 21) to celebrate Eid al-Adha with their toes in the sand. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Senegalese Muslims from the Layene Brotherhood, a religious sect of Sufi Muslims, attend Eid-al-Adha prayers as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases spike, in Dakar, Senegal July 21, 2021. Perched just above Dakar's famous Yoff beach, the mosque was surrounded by small, white flags that were placed in the sand to encourage social distancing among worshipers, all dressed in vibrant white clothes to celebrate the Islamic holiday known in Senegal as 'Tabaski'. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Senegalese Muslims from the Layene Brotherhood, a religious sect of Sufi Muslims, attend Eid-al-Adha prayers as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases spike, in Dakar, Senegal July 21, 2021. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Senegalese Muslims from the Layene Brotherhood, a religious sect of Sufi Muslims attend Eid-al-Adha prayers as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases spike, in Dakar, Senegal July 21, 2021. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Senegalese Muslims from the Layene Brotherhood, a religious sect of Sufi Muslims, escort their Khalif as they arrive to attend Eid-al-Adha prayer amid a spike in the number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases spike, in Dakar, Senegal July 21, 2021. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

Senegalese Muslims from the Layene Brotherhood, a religious sect of Sufi Muslims, attend Eid-al-Adha prayer as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases spike, in Dakar, Senegal July 21, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra