Canterbury Cathedral will open its doors once again on Monday for private prayer in line with the lifting of lockdown restrictions.
But worshippers in Medway will have to wait a little longer for Rochester Cathedral to follow suit.
Measures in place include one-way routes, distanced seating, hand sanitiser stations and enhanced cleaning regimes.
There are, as yet, no plans for services to resume and its popular daily online videos will continue.
It will be open Monday to Friday from 4.30pm to 8pm and 10am to 4pm at the weekend.
All charges for access to the cathedral Precincts have been temporarily suspended.
However, officials at Rochester will not allow access to its cathedral until Tuesday, June 30.
It says it will be using the additional time to "prepared for worshippers to visit in safety".
As of the end of the month, it will be open from 10am to 1pm, Tuesday to Sunday.