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Trump says houses of worship are essential
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump announced his administration would deem houses of worship as "essential," and said the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would provide guidance for their reopening.
"Some governors have deemed liquor stores and abortion clinics essential, but have left our churches and houses of worship," Trump said.
So I'm correcting this injustice and calling houses of worship essential."
Trump went on to call on governors to "allow churches and places of worship to open right now," and threatened to "override" governors if their states did not follow the recommendations — though he does not have the authority to do so.
"With pastors, church leaders, and church members adhering to proper social distancing practices, our churches should be permitted to open as soon as possible while doing so in a safe and responsible manner," said the Rev.
Gavin Newsom said he welcomes places of worship opening in a safe manner and he has been working with the faith community on guidelines.
Gina Raimondo said her state is not ready to reopen worship centers.
In Vermont, Gov.
Phil Scott said his state will open churches at 25% capacity.
Ralph Northam said churches are continuing to either hold outdoor services or drive-through services.
"Just because we've allowed places of worship to open up, with those new guidelines, that doesn't mean that they have to," Northam said.
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