The Parades Commission has put restrictions on a loyalist march in north Belfast, rerouting it to avoid the potential for public disorder.
Ballysillan Volunteers Flute Band had notified the watchdog of its intention to parade in the area with 30 members, in accordance with the current health regulations.
In its determination the commission explained the proposed route is "near sensitive interfaces, creates uncertainty, and poses a major risk to community relations".
"The parade's long route, with its entry into multiple residential neighbourhoods, and its long duration, against the backdrop of the pandemic, is potentially highly disruptive to community life," it said.
"There is a potential for public disorder."
The north Belfast parade is one of three to have been so far categorised as "sensitive" by the commission, which was informed last month by the Attorney General that it had no legal powers to prevent parades from taking place.
As the Twelfth falls on a Sunday this year, official demonstrations were due to take place the next day. However, the Orange Order announced in April it would not hold demonstrations due to the pandemic.
More than 260 loyalist bands have made notifications to parade between July 11 and 13. The watchdog said the Ballysillan notified route includes a "parading area with a history of sensitive parades" and it had previously received "substantial objections" to loyalist marches.
The parade has been limited to two-and-a-half hours and it is prohibited from certain residential areas, conditions the commission described as "proportionate, necessary and fair".
It noted the parade organiser had said they were willing to avoid Squires Hill Road and had prepared a banner reminding supporters not to follow the band, adding leaflets echoing the same message had been distributed to households.
Meanwhile, the Stoneyford Somme parade has been told by the commission not to enter Stoneyford village on July 13, and must only last 15 minutes. The original notification had requested an hour.
The same time limit restriction has been imposed on the local Sons of William Flute Band parade, which is to take place on July 11 and has been ordered to reroute its outward parade, as well as being prohibited from walking its return route.
The commission noted that the respective organisers of the Stoneyford parades had a "history of notifying parades (in the area) that do not take place", adding both bands have "few if any members, and may exist in name only".