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The courts in many states have ruled against the same unconstitutional restrictions, but here is the latest from New York:
A federal appeals circuit court ruled against a New York mandate that imposed capacity limits on churches and other houses of worship during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The three-judge panel issued the ruling on Monday after the Roman Catholic Diocese and the Orthodox Jewish Group, the Agudath Israel of America, filed a lawsuit asking for the court to block the mandate, according to The Daily Wire. The restrictions, if granted, would have limited religious gatherings to 10 people in “red zones” and 25 people in “orange zones,” or at 25 and 33 percent capacity limits respectively. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo initially placed the restrictions in an effort to “slow the spread” of the coronavirus.
Cuomo introduced the mandate in Early October, going as far as to threaten the close down religious institutions if they did not recognize the rules. “If you do not agree to enforce the rules, then we’ll close the institutions down,” Cuomo said at the time, adding that he was prepared to do that.