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Los Angeles, ABC And Executive Director discussed on WBZ Midday News

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Back up in Massachusetts houses of worship and across the state places of worship are getting ready for their first in person Sunday service in months but others aren't ready to resume operations just yet as we hear from WBZ Suzanne saws felt the mascara full of churches believes that even though houses of worship can re open it doesn't mean they should the governor and now what is possible and that is certainly different than what is advisable and for the council's executive director Reverend Laura Everitt what's advisable depends on individual church leaders she says summer opening this weekend others want to stay closed until there's a vaccine but if they asked for her advice this is not just about re opening up the economy but for the most vulnerable in our communities and it's only those who are healthy can gather if they need it that really church Susan Sauls will W. B. C. Boston's news radio and on a national level president trump is pushing for churches to be considered essential and allowed to open back up nationwide residents said hell overruled governors if he has to and now it looks like California will allow houses of worship to open their doors next week governor Gavin Newsom says churches here will be given guidelines that will allow them to re open it comes as the justice department and president trump are putting pressure on new sim to reopen churches plus over a thousand pastors here have said they will define new service orders and re open anyway we have been very aggressive in trying to put together guidelines that would do justice to people's health and their fundamental need desire to practice their faith newsroom is refusing to respond to president trump's threat to overrule governors Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles now we go to a check on business news with Bloomberg is going bad testing in a retail sleep store sound attractive no I don't want to wait a bit previously occupied by the other potential bad buyers well you're not alone with the pandemic in mandatory shelter home orders combined with the closure of nonessential businesses mattress sellers all across North America are in trouble Bloomberg's Paul Bagnell uses sleep country Canada as an example January and February were great then came the pandemic March same store sales which were minus twenty six percent and change numbered city lab reported that back in January bed in a box online breakout bestseller Casper was hungry to go public and establish more brick and mortar on the premise people were more prone to buy after physically testing a bad now Bagnell says brick and mortars going the other way the big big focus will be on online sales it changes for America's nine thousand.

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