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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — As Easter approaches, Governor Evers sent out a reminder about what churches should do to comply with the “Safer at Home” order.
A press release from the governor’s office said churches and religious entities wanting to conduct services while still complying with the governor’s order could have services in parking lots where people stay in their car, or they could have smaller gatherings (fewer than 10 people in each room) with multiple services.
Many church leaders CBS 58 spoke to said they plan to stream services online.
The governor’s Safer at Home order is enforceable by any local law enforcement official, including county sheriffs; however, a press release from the governor’s office said it has not asked law enforcement to supervise or take enforcement steps against religious gatherings.