The Latest: Millions of kids in Australia return to schools
TOP OF THE HOUR: Millions of children in Australia return to schools. ___CANBERRA, Australia Millions of children in Australia have returned to schools in the states of New South Wales and Queensland as numbers of COVID-19 patients in hospitals across the country fall. While New South Wales, Australias most populous state, and Queensland, the third-most populous state, agree on reopening schools, they differ on reopening their common border. New South Wales has recorded 50 of Australias 102 COVID-19 deaths and wants all state borders reopened. Coronavirus social distancing rules in the state state that people must be in groups of 10 or fewer.
Slowly, surely, US houses of worship emerge from lockdown
Andy Beshears temporary ban on mass gatherings from applying to in-person religious services, clearing the way for Sunday church services, with guidelines. They made their plans to hold in-person services three weeks ago. Copeland said Fridays CDC release of religious guidelines made it all the more legit for the timing of their return to in-church services. While many announced they would resume in-person services next Sunday on Pentecost, others joined Stithton today in returning to their places of worship. Many in California had already announced they would violate the state order and hold in-person services next Sunday, on Pentecost.