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Religious Services Are Super-Spreader Events. Trump Designated Them As 'Essential Services'

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Religious Services Are Super-Spreader Events. Trump Designated Them As 'Essential Services'

Religious Services Are Super-Spreader Events. Trump Designated Them As 'Essential Services'

The CDC warns that large indoor gatherings can be potential disease hotspots.

Especially religious services.

There have been multiple reports of 'super-spreader' events at US churches and synagogues, as well as a South Korean temple.

That's when an person infected with the novel coronavirus COVID-19 passes it to an unusually high number of others, sparking local outbreaks.

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