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Kentucky Asks Churches to Cancel Services as the Coronavirus Spreads

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 11 March 2020
“God gives us wisdom to protect each other and we should do that,” Gov. Andy Beshear of Kentucky said. The recommendation is one of many disruptions to American life, as the number of known cases in the United States surpasses 1,000.
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