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America’s Largest Faith Groups Are At The Helm Of Coronavirus Relief

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Marlo Safi Culture Reporter
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The coronavirus pandemic has prompted the cancellation of events across the world, many of which are religious. Churches, synagogues, and mosques have had to temporarily close to worshippers due to gathering restrictions, and for the U.S’s largest religious groups, at a time leading up to holidays.

Easter, Passover, and Ramadan will all take place in April of this year, when limitations on travel and gathering will still be imposed in the U.S. While observant Christians, Jews, and Muslims have likely had to make significant changes to plans, each have respectively contributed to coronavirus relief efforts in the meantime, reflecting the wider national solidarity that has been forming to mitigate the distress Americans have been facing.