French judiciary investigates Easter Mass without distance rules

The French judiciary has launched an investigation following violations of social distancing rules at a religious service for Easter in Paris. Preliminary investigations are under way on suspicion of endangering others, the Paris public prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday. On Saturday afternoon, numerous people had celebrated Easter close together without masks in the Church of Saints Eugene and Cecilia in Paris, the French newspaper Le Parisien reported. Video excerpts of the four-hour service also showed people receiving communion by mouth. The Paris diocese reportedly expressed stupefaction…

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