Amid the rapid spread of COVID-19 in Texas, Governor Greg decided to include religious worship as an essential service. Abbott still encouraged churches to conduct their services online but said that if they must meet in person, they should follow the federal social-distancing guidelines on the news conference during a news conference at the Texas Capitol, Texsastribune reported.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont has ended his campaign on Wednesday, effectively paving the way for former Vice President Joe Biden to nomination of the Democratic Party and showdown with President Donald Trump in November.
IT expert in Twitter Jon Prosser raised the anticipation that the notch size of the next-generation iPhone would be reduced. However, recently, new rendering photos supporting this claim have been leaked, and attention has been drawn.
The Taiwanese Government Has Banned the Use of Platforms With Security Problems, Such as Zoom, in Public Institutions
With the emergence of COVID-19, many countries around the world started to do their works at home, and students are taking online classes. Zoom has been trendy among the remote-conferencing tool, but company faced many privacy issues with the system. Following some states of US, Taiwan has also banned the use of the video conference platform "Zoom" because of the security problem involved.
On Sunday, members of Cross Culture Christian Center in Lodi, Calif., found themselves locked out of the building just before their Palm Sunday service as the landlord changed the locks on a church over the weekend. He did it to prevent congregants from entering the church amid a statewide stay-at-home order.
Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California has revealed that its virtual Palm Sunday service drew 3 million people after President Donald Trump announced the start of the Holy Week and his decision to turn in to the service on Twitter.
The Largest Number of 1,736 Deaths per Day Related to COVID-19 Recorded in the United States. Trump Will Consider Pausing the Funds of WHO
The number of new Coronavirus deaths in the United States increased by 1,736 people a day on the 7th to reach the previous maximum of over 400. The deadliest day in New York, the biggest epicenter, began to soar again.
With iPhone SE expected to launch soon, the anticipated names were iPhone SE2 and iPhone 9, but Apple accidentally freed accessory packages data, and it will be presumably be called iPhone SE(2020).
President Trump's reelection campaign has been calling up local restaurants to anonymously get meals delivered to those on the front lines of the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in more than a dozen hospitals in New York, New Jersey, Washington state and Michigan, according to a report published Thursday by Fox News.
David Benham Arrested for Sidewalk Counseling for Pro-life During COVID-19 Despite Social-Distancing
David Benham, one of the Benham Brothers, was arrested Saturday while he was peacefully standing with pro-life counselors outside an abortion center in Charlotte, North Carolina for participating in a "non-essential" activity during 'shelter-in-place' order.
With the emergence of COVID-19, most countries around the world have closed down schools or turned their classes online only. To help organizations to educate students and keep business operating amid of pandemic, Zoom.us offered Zoom Video Conference Tool/Software to all K-12 Schools (Students, Teachers, Administrators) for Free. Zoom has always been free for everyone to use, but basic subscription only allows 40 minutes of limited time and could not host more than 100 participants at a time, but Zoom has lifted these limits for the K-12 Schools. Zoom recorded 62 million downloads during the week of March 14-21 Amid an increase in demand for an online conferencing tool zoom, there have been increased complaints about the privacy issue. Zoom is distinguished for how easy for people to access the meeting. Only a shared URL was needed to enter, and people can join anonymously. However, this has created a significant amount of privacy issues.
Christians across the nation gathered together for and support the medical professionals and staffs who are serving the sick everyday battling coronavirus.
National Christian Leaders Concern About NYC Mayor's Threat to Shut Down Churches Defying Coronavirus Order
National Christian leaders are concerned about the assertion from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio that churches and synagogues will be "permanently closed" threatened if they violated the coronavirus stay-at-home order at a March 27 press briefing.
Health officials in Ohio are urging a mega church to stop holding mass gatherings and obey "stay at home" order to under Gov. Mike DeWine's to stem the coronavirus outbreak
Health officials announced Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside led by Pastor Greg Laurie will become the third site in Riverside County to offer drive-thru testing forCOVID-19 as of Wednesday April 1.