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Government Finally Reopens Churches,Other Places Of Worship–But With Strict Guidelines To Prevent Spread Of Coronavirus

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The South African government has announced that places of worship will be reopened on June 1.

President Cyril Ramaphosa stated that this is the third phase of actions to ease the lockdown his government imposed on the nation.

President Ramaphosa said when the ban on religious gatherings is lifted, churches, mosques, temples and other recognised places of worship will be required to strictly adhere to the guidelines outlined by government to control the spread of coronavirus.

A maximum of 50 people will be allowed to fellowship at a time. Worshippers will be required to keep their distance too at every meeting.

In addition, worshippers will be expected to wear nose masks as well as wash and sanitise their hands frequently.

South Africans, especially christian leaders have commended government for opening the church once again.


Pastor Jacob Zuma, who is the founder and leader of the International Christian Faith and Liberty Church told that:

‘The lockdown was unnecessary…the coronavirus cases went up because government decided to shut down the church which was supposed to pray for the nation during the pandemic. God is bigger than coronavirus’.


‘Corona cannot survive in the body of Christ, it will burn. That is exactly why I did not panic while taking the Holy communion’.

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