Churchgoers in Louisiana continue to gather and risk coronavirus infection
- Churchgoers in Louisiana keep attending a pastor's service defying local orders that prevent social gatherings bigger than 10 people.
- The pastor says they'll continue to meet despite coronavirus regulations set in place to limit the spread of the deadly virus.
- This is just the latest example in a series of religion-related events that can increase the spread of the virus.
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We have the means of fighting off the novel coronavirus, and the virus can be killed. You don't have to be a doctor to prevent a COVID-19 infection - all you have to do is keep washing your hands and avoid touching your face. Social distancing is just as important. Stay at home for as long as possible and forget about going to church for service. Not only are such gatherings banned in many places, but they might get you killed. Yet churchgoers in Louisiana are a lot like the defiant spring breakers from Florida who kept partying despite warnings.
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