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Mississippi city's coronavirus shutdown bans drive-in church services ahead of Easter

FOXNews.com Saturday, 11 April 2020
Drive-in church services that attempt to adhere to social distancing guidelines by keeping worshipers physically apart from one another in their own cars will not be allowed this Easter Sunday in at least one Mississippi community, as the coronavirus crisis has left wide swaths of the country shut down.
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