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Churches Remain Closed In New York City's Coronavirus Hot Zones Following Judge's Ruling

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Churches Remain Closed In New York City's Coronavirus Hot Zones Following Judge's Ruling

Churches Remain Closed In New York City's Coronavirus Hot Zones Following Judge's Ruling

Churches in New York's coronavirus cluster zones will remain closed by court order this weekend.

The ruling comes amid a setback in the nationwide fight against COVID-19 and a dire warning about so-called "COVID fatigue." CBS2's Christina Fan reports.


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