Scientists told us that church services during the coronavirus pandemic are “a dangerous environment.” They said we couldn’t go to church, or we would risk killing our elderly neighbors.
That was likely true until we learned to wear masks and social distance. Now the evidence suggests that it is highly unlikely for the virus to spread during church services when safety practices are in place.
But even though the danger of infection at church services has dissipated, many governors continue to force churches to operate at a capacity well below a level where social distancing can be maintained.
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