Coronavirus Facts Only: Church in a COVID-19 world could mean tickets, reservations needed

How will attending church change once restrictions ease? Father Tom Reese, senior analyst with Religion News Service and Dr. Fred Buckhold, a SLU Care general internist at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital try to answer that question. 

Father Reese says church services may go from one service for 500 people to 10 services for 50 people at a time. He says parishioners will have to be socially distanced.  And tickets or reservations may be needed to attend a service. 

Communion may come down to simply placing communion wafers at each seat in the pews. 

Dr. Buckhold addresses plans to re-open some St. Louis County Parks with restrictions -- and addresses a new study on using Pepcid as a possible treatment for coronavirus.

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