CDC Issues Alarming Triple-Fatality Report On COVID-19 Cases At Arkansas Church
COVID-19 cases first contracted by a pastor and his wife ended up spreading to 35 others who attended events at their rural Arkansas church that resulted in three deaths, a troubling report revealed Friday.
An additional 26 cases in the community occurred among people who had contact with those who participated in the church events, according to the study by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One of them also died.
The study was released the same day President Donald Trump demanded churches and other houses of worship reopen for services amid the coronavirus crisis. He deemed religious services essential and threatened to override governors who ignored his orders for health and safety reasons. Legal experts dont believe he has the authority to do so.
The church in the CDC study was identified only as Church A in a rural Arkansas county of 25,000 people.
The cases of those you are hoping will dwindle constituted only slightly more than half of the cases. 35 came from people who attended the event. Another 26 cases occurred in people who came into contact with those who attended (but who did not themselves attend).
Singing, praying, preaching etc. are not allowed in Virginia ABC stores. People don't congregate in the stores, they get their bottle and go. There are laws against such loitering on premises.
I'd imagine large groups of people don't gather in abortion clinics either.
She's probably going to crack eventually. Her husband is a Republican and "he misses church so much". Waah!
He's also disabled and needs her help to even get in there.
They've been watching their church's online services, but it's probably just a matter of time until they cover themselves with "Jesus blood", or whatever, some Sunday morning and then get sick.
Yeah, let's not tell people where the hot zones may be. Let them learn on their own.
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Sometimes followed with a "Cracker Barrel chaser".