Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby
The Archbishop of Canterbury has introduced that public worship is ‘suspended until further notice’ amid fears over coronavirus.
The announcement was made on Tuesday in a letter written by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, Justin Welby and John Sentamu respectively, urging that public providers ought to be placed on maintain as it’s a necessity.
They wrote: “Our life is going to be less characterized by attendance at church on Sunday, and more characterized by the prayer and service we offer each day,”
Earlier on, Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced that individuals ought to cease socializing, make money working from home, keep away from travelling and that complete households ought to keep in isolation if one individual turns into sick.