A Virus That Hits All Faiths Tests Religion's Tie to Science

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A Virus That Hits All Faiths Tests Religion's Tie to Science

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This article talks about how many places still are continuing their religious gatherings despite everything going on because of the relief it can provide. It mentions how some places are following their religious belief and going to their religious sites because the virus can be combated with belief and if something were to happen that would be the best place to die. While places like the U.S. have transferred their religious services to online ones or just stoped them many people in other places are still meeting up like nothing is going on and the virus won't get them becasue they are in a safe place.

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The New York Times

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