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Hundreds at Louisiana Church Flout COVID-19 Gatherings Ban

2 monthes ago   |   By Time

CENTRAL, La. - Hundreds of people flouted Louisiana's COVID-19 ban on gatherings, coming on buses and in personal vehicles to the first of three Sunday services at their church a day after New Orleans police broke up a funeral gathering of about 100 people.
An estimated 500 people of all ages filed inside the mustard-yellow and beige Life Tabernacle church in Central, a city of nearly 29,000 outside Baton Rouge.
More than 3,500 Louisiana residents have been diagnosed with the disease caused by a new coronavirus, and more than 150 of them have died, according to state figures released...
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The Latest: Hundreds flout Louisiana's COVID-19 crowd ban

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

By The Associated Press
The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.
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- New York state nearing 1,000 coronavirus deaths.
-Britain on emergency footing for first time since WWII.
-Mnuchin confident U.S. economy will recover strongly by fall.
- Detroit convention center to be turned into 900-bed medical site.
CENTRAL, La. - Hundreds of people flouted Louisiana's COVID-19 ban on gatherings...
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