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Covid 19 coronavirus: Churches and places of worship allowed to open again, but restrictions remain

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 21 May 2020 ()
Covid 19 coronavirus: Churches and places of worship allowed to open again, but restrictions remainChurchgoers and other worshippers will be happy to know that places of worship are now officially allowed to reopen - however, restrictions on the number of people allowed to gather are still in place. Depending on the size of a...
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