Religious exemptions ought to be granted only if they don’t go against a compelling government interest. The health of the population is a compelling government interest. If it’s been determined that the Covid-19 measures control the spread of the pandemic, then no exemptions should be accorded to churches that do not comply with these measures. It should be obvious that religious-freedom principles don’t extend to allowing a religious practice that can harm the rest of society. https://medium.com/@cdelosada/religious-exemption-laws-in-the-u-s-686191cdc6b5?source=friends_link&sk=8c0f70bb6c4ca861504f927e005c07f2

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