‘Open for all’: Local Sikh temples to host COVID-19 testing vans

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‘Open for all’: Local Sikh temples to host COVID-19 testing vans

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The Sikh community has been working vigorously to help the communities they are in as much as possible. In San Joaquin County, Sikh temples have temporarily transformed their worship areas into massive COVID-19 testing sites. As the article notes, Sikhism “is based on giving back to the community and believing in community service.” Even though vaccination is continuing to roll out, the Sikh community is working to help drive down the positivity rate by getting as many people tested as they can.

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