Poll: Most in U.S. back curbing in-person worship amid virus

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Poll: Most in U.S. back curbing in-person worship amid virus

Only about a third say that prohibiting in-person services violates religious freedom
Alamo Heights Baptist Church pastor Bobby Contreras, left, and his wife, Hannah, work to clean, sanitize and prepare the church for services May 10 in San Antonio. Texas’ stay-at-home orders because of the COVID-19 pandemic have expired, and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has eased restrictions. Churches and places or worship may resume live services with 25% capacity.

Poll: Most in U.S. back curbing in-person worship amid virus

Alamo Heights Baptist Church pastor Bobby Contreras, left, and his wife, Hannah, work to clean, sanitize and prepare the church for services May 10 in San Antonio. Texas’ stay-at-home orders because of the COVID-19 pandemic have expired, and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has eased restrictions. Churches and places or worship may resume live services with 25% capacity.
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