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By Chad Groening, OneNewsNow, July 9, 2020
A religious freedom law firm has convinced the Navy to reverse course on its ban on service members attending “indoor religious services.”
As reported by OneNewsNow on Wednesday, an official information dispatch on June 24 from the U.S. Navy banned all naval personnel – including chaplains – from attending in-house church services in an effort to limit exposure of those personnel COVID-19. Now the Navy has revised that policy.
The updated policy states that “nothing in [the memo from SECDEF] should be construed to restrict attendance at places of worship where attendees are able to appropriately apply COVID-19 transmission mitigation measures, specifically social distancing and use of face covering.” ….