As cities and states continue to fight the coronavirus pandemic, one California county is being accused of taking it too far.
Mendocino County, a coastal county with a population of 86,000, banned churches from singing while recording online worship services, unless the individuals sang from home.
The order was issued on Good Friday, just days before Easter Sunday, and extends through May 10.
Four individuals only were allowed to record from one place and “no singing or use of wind instruments, harmonicas or other instruments that could spread COVID-19 through projected droplets shall be permitted unless the recording of the event is done at one’s residence,” according to the county order that also applies to concert halls, auditoriums, temples and playhouses.
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