Some NJ churches still plan in-person Easter worship as COVID-19 cases climb

Others have decided to stay all-virtual until more congregants can get vaccinated

Some New Jersey churches plan to offer in-person Easter worship even though COVID-19 caseloads are climbing in a third pandemic wave.

While state regulations cap indoor religious services at 50% of capacity, some churches have tightened those restrictions further. Others have decided to stay all-virtual, at least until more congregants can get vaccinated.

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