Pastors rally prayer in defiance of coronovirus health guidelines in California State Capitol

A pastor associated with Bethel Church in Redding, California, on Sunday held a prayer service and protests against Coronovirus prevention measures in the grounds of the California State Capitol. He is claiming that more than 12,000 people attended, CBS Sacramento reports.

Worshiping Pastor Sean Feuch is organizing Christian concerts across America Between coronovirus epidemics In defiance of local orders against large ceremonies.

Rails against preventive measures being taken to prevent futures Virus spread, Arguing that freedom to practice religion is being violated.

“Powerful politicians and social media giants are engaged in unabated abuses of religious freedom, silencing the faithful, banning our voices, and declaring their goodness, attacking their God-given authority,” Futures website Writes on, where he survives. Concert and urges people to sign a petition.

Thousands of people have attended the events of Fauche, who have more of a rally or concert attraction than a prayer service.

As seen in the video taken from the rally, social distinctions were not enforced and many – if not most – attendees did not wear face masks.

Infectious disease specialist, Drs. Dean Blumberg stated that it is possible that there were many people in the gathering who were potentially infectious, who were either pre-symptomatic or asymptomatic, and Transmit COVID-19 For others.

“It’s really a recipe for transmission and can further spread not only among those in attendance, but also their contacts,” Blumberg said.

According to the guidance of the California Highway Patrol for in-person protests on the capitol grounds, there is no longer a limit to how many people may be involved in constitutionally protected First Amendment activities. However, a strict physical disturbance of a minimum of 6 feet among attendees should be applied to incidents.

“This is a high risk gathering, and I would recommend people self-quarantine once they are in this type of situation,” Blumberg said.

Blumberg said that now is not the time to disappoint our guards.

“People need to realize, that there are still about 100 deaths per day in California, so we need to take it seriously or this number will increase,” he said.

Blumberg said he would not recommend the test to those who attended the Sunday worship program, as the test still has limited capacity in California, but if you develop symptoms, you should contact your doctor needed.


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