California churches will now be allowed to offer drive-in church services during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The decision was made as a result of the Center for American Liberty’s lawsuit and request for a temporary restraining order.
This policy change comes hours after Governor Newsom and Attorney General Becerra responded to the restraining order.
In their response, the governor and attorney general both agreed that since cars are “technology,” drive-in church services should be allowed under the state’s shelter-in-place rule.
That is of course, if people continue to use social distancing guidelines while using the service.
Full story at Fox26 News.
See April 20 CalCatholic story: Southern California churches sue Newsom over drive-up bans