In a Pandemic, Religion Can Be a Balm and a Risk

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In a Pandemic, Religion Can Be a Balm and a Risk

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This article discusses how religion and public authority, in regards to Covid-19, are conflicting with one another. Religious authorities are advertising to their followers their own remedies that would make them immune to the virus. However, while some practicing faith disagree with social distancing orders, others are embracing them and growing closer to their faith. These people are praying more frequently at home and, sometimes, tuning in to live streams that correlate to their practicing faith. New traditions and ways to worship are being displayed and carried out throughout the world, which bring people together, even when they are apart.

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The New York Times

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