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California will allow places of worship to hold services with up to 100 attendees as part of new reopening measures

Posted On: 26 May 2020   |   Posted By: Business Insider

California will allow places of worship to hold services with up to 100 attendees as part of new reopening measures

California released new state guidelines on Monday allowing places of worship to reopen with limited capacity.
According to the guidelines, places of worship must adhere to new rules put in place, which include implementing a COVID-19 prevention plan, heightening cleaning protocols, and enforcing social distancing.
California's Department of Public Health said it would revisit these guidelines in 21 days and modify them as necessary.
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California announced on Monday that it would allow places of worship to reopen with limited capacity as it slowly begins to lift its lockdown measures put in place to stop the coronavirus spread.
Under new state guidelines released on Monday, the California Department of Public Health said that places of worship could hold religious services and funeral as long as attendance is limited to 25% of a building's capacity, or up to 100 attendees, depending on which is lower.
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