Chicago police break up church funeral service for violating coronavirus stay-at-home order
Chicago police broke up a funeral service at a church on the cityâ€™s northwest side on Sunday because the service violated the stay-at-home order enacted by Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Chicago Police spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi said in a statement that officers responded around 9 a.m. Sunday after seeing a large group of people inside St. Odisho Church, an Assyrian Eastern Orthodox church, located on Pulaski Road.
It was said that about 40 to 60 people were at the church to pay their last respects to the deceased....
The Khristians, with a "K", being the mass phonies, are playing along spewing their Romans 13 false cult doctrine, praising technology so they can have virtual "fellowship," and all kinds of little jokes and scripture isolation quoting and perverting. Most of these Khristians were against being intolerant and judgmental a month ago, but have now become intolerant and judgmental themselves! Pointing fingers and sowing discord and causing strife and division. These Khristians would criticize those who would not attend the assemblies they call "church" for "forsaking the assembling," but now look at all of them - forsaking the assembling is now just fine. Hellbound hypocrites! "For by thy sorceries were all nations deceived."
Brad Schrade and Jonathan Edwards wrote: .... Health officials havenâ€™t said how the pandemic reached Albany [Georgia] quickly, and the mayor says that is a question for a later day. But the earliest cases trace back to two funerals handled by Payneâ€™s funeral home, demonstrating the danger of large gatherings where the virus can quickly and silently gain a foothold. Steiner, the Phoebe Putney CEO, estimated that the first 20 patients to reach the hospital were somehow connected to those services â€” one on Feb. 29, the other a week later. Among the infected are two of Payneâ€™s employees who had to be hospitalized. â€śItâ€™s taken its toll, not knowing where it is, what it is,â€ť Payne said. â€śWeâ€™re doing the best we can.â€ť When mourners came together for the first of the funerals, the coronavirus still seemed like a crisis happening far away....
excerpt from,"City under siege: Coronavirus exacts heavy toll in Albany"