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Cellphone data shows coronavirus kept churchgoers at home in every state on Easter

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Cellphone data shows coronavirus kept churchgoers at home in every state on Easter

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This article shows statistically how many Americans listened to their government pertaining to "stay-at-home orders" over Easter weekend through the use of cellphone data. The highest drop of attendance occurred in Georgia with a decrease in attendance by 90%. The article also talks about alternative methods to in-person church services. One method was by hosting an online version that churchgoers could log on to; however, this was found to be difficult to some of the older people. Another method used in West Virginia was allowing people to park in the parking lot of the church and having drive-in service where no one was allowed out of their car.

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The Washington Post

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04/21/2020

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02/25/2021
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04/08/2021

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04/17/2020

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