Drive-in churches: South Korea’s faithful stay socially distant

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Christians at one church in South Korea are taking part in “drive-in” services to comply with the country’s strict social-distancing rules.

While most services have been taking place online, the Seoul City Church decided to hold a drive-in. Churchgoers were back in their Sunday best.

The Seoul City Church said 150 cars carrying around 300 people took part in the drive-in service. Its normal attendance is between 400 and 500.

South Korea has largely managed to bring Asia’s largest outbreak outside China under control. However, smaller infection clusters still occur in churches, hospitals and nursing homes.

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