Churchgoers attend Easter services with restrictions still in place

Christians across Long Island are heading to church for Easter services today

News 12 Staff

Apr 4, 2021, 2:33 PM

Updated 1,116 days ago

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Christians across Long Island are heading to church for Easter services today.
Capacity at churches is still limited to 50% due to the coronavirus restrictions.
Masks are also required, singing is limited and family groups have to stay 6 feet apart from others.
Fr. Kevin Dillon, of St. Boniface Martyr of Sea Cliff, says temperatures will be checked and hand sanitizers will be at the doors.
"Also, the priests and all parishioners will continue to wear masks and to be socially distant," Dillon says.
Some churches are still holding services completely online


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