Newsom Says Guidelines for Reopening California Churches to Be Released Monday

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  • California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that guidelines for reopening houses of worship in California will be released on Monday. He added he looks forward to the CDC guidelines, which have not yet been released. Earlier Friday, President Donald Trump ordered states to reopen all houses of worship “by this weekend” and said he’d override governors’ orders if they choose to keep them closed.

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