Kentucky governor threatens Police Enforced 14-day quarantine For Easter Church Worshipers and Sen. Rand Paul Says SAY WHAT?!!!

Written by on April 10, 2020

Kentucky governor threatens Police Enforced 14-day quarantine For Easter Church Worshipers and Sen. Rand Paul Says Say WHAT?!!!



The Threats to our Religious freedoms don’t stop from the left as the Democrat Governor of Kentucky Andy Beshear threatens that any state residents attending a mass gathering — including church services — will be forced to self-quarantine for 14 days in a preemptive bid to slow the coronavirus outbreak in his state over Easter weekend.

“I think we’re down to seven churches statewide that are thinking about having an in-person service,”

“I hear people say, ‘It’s my choice,'”

“Well, it’s not the person next to you’s choice … This is the only way that we can ensure that your decision doesn’t kill somebody else, that your decision doesn’t spread the coronavirus in your county and in your community.”

Under the new rules, people seen taking part in in-person events will have their license plate numbers recorded by authorities, who will provide the information to local health departments, Beshear said. Health officials will contact each participant and require them to go into quarantine for 14 days.

With that, he has not banned drive-in services but the governor also warned that those attending drive-in services must stay in their cars, park six feet away from their neighbor and not pass items between vehicles.

Meanwhile, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky has reacted in a tweet to these orders and has questioned Gov. Andy Beshear actions and motives,

“Taking license plates at church? Quarantining someone for being Christian on Easter Sunday? Someone needs to take a step back here,”

All of this comes as Easter Sunday, one of the busiest and most important days in the Christian calendar is normally celebrated worldwide but due to the coronavirus services have been severely restricted. While a number of churches have imposed restrictions on their own, states across the country have gone on to impose limits on churches that have carried on with in-person services.

At the time of this article, there are a reported 242 more coronavirus cases statewide Friday, raising the total to nearly 1,700 since the outbreak began. Eleven more virus-related deaths brought Kentucky’s death toll to 90.




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