Washington State Lifts Restrictions on Indoor Worship Services After Supreme Court Decisions

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee | Wikimedia Commons/ Phil Roeder from Des Moines, Iowa

Washington State announced that it is lifting a restriction on the number of people who can attend services at houses of worship, the change coming shortly before Christmas.

Previously, Washington had a limit on indoor and outdoor services of 25% capacity or up to 200 people in attendance, whichever was less, as well as a restriction on singing.

In the new guidance, announced Monday, the 200-person limit became a recommendation rather than a requirement, though face masks and social distancing are still required.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Gryboski