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Because the US approaches 100,00zero coronavirus deaths, President Donald Trump is asking on governors to permit homes of worship to open.

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BRIDGEWATER – The mayor has directed the township’s Workplace of Emergency Administration to assist of homes of worship maintain outside companies this weekend.

A number of homes of worship are anticipated to start conducting outside non secular companies this weekend, together with St. Bernard’s Church and Blessed Sacrament Church, which have each contacted the police division to correctly plan their companies.

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Mayor Matt Moench has directed Sgt. Jamie Edwards, the OEM coordinator, to conduct outreach, difficulty clear steering and supply help to all non secular establishments that wish to maintain exterior companies.

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“Now, greater than ever, residents must be permitted to seek out consolation and group inside their non secular establishments,” Moench stated. “Non secular establishments play a key function inside our group and I’m dedicated to working with these organizations to make sure they’re obtainable to satisfy the non secular wants of our residents in a secure, authorized method.”

Bridgewater is residence to about 20 homes of worship. Preliminary outreach to non secular establishments started this week and can proceed sooner or later. 

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