Since the Coronavirus has broken out many businesses, schools and churches, have temporarily closed until further notice. In some states businesses are slowly starting to reopen, but is this a good idea to reopen stores to the public this soon? There are a lot of people who are against opening places back up so soon for the public. Although there have been some pastors who have been arrested for opening church to over 1,000 people, the majority of churches have decided to stream services online until further notice. Now an idea has been presented in Mississippi. U.S. District Judge Michael P. Mill issued an order saying that the First Pentecostal Church of Holly Springs can attend church again but will have to do it as a drive-in service. This came after the Thomas Moore Society said that police disrupted a Bible study that consisted of 10 people, 10 being the maximum in a group. The first drive in service is said to be held Sunday. Do you think more churches should also hold a drive-in service? What are your thoughts on stores opening back up to the public? Is it to soon?

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