RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Drive-up religious services will be allowed this weekend in Riverside County, but will be barred again after Easter Sunday to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The decision was a temporary reversal of an order that went into effect last weekend by Riverside County's public health officer that sought to put a stop to all houses of worship from meeting in person, including drive-in religious services, in an attempt to curb the spread of the potentially deadly virus. ``Drive-up service means residents do not get out of their cars, do not roll down their windows, and do not pass things between cars, such as texts, communion or collection baskets,'' Brooke Federico, Riverside County's public information officer, told City News Service. The San Francisco-based Dhillon Law Grou
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