For example in Spain, nightclubs were allowed to start reopening from June 8.
However all dancing has been banned, and dance floors are required to include tables and chairs spread two-metres apart.
There are also strict rules on the number of people allowed in nightclubs at any one time.
However due to the high risk associated with reopening nightclubs, many countries are choosing to keep nightclubs closed at the present time.
South Korea witnessed a spike in COVID-19 cases after nightclubs were reopened in the country around late April.
Only two weeks after nightclubs were reopened in South Korea, the government had to shut them back down again.