The French judiciary has conducted an investigation into measures that violate the coronavirus pandemic, mainly to distance themselves from those who held religious ceremonies at Easter in Paris.
The Paris Public Prosecutor’s Office announced Tuesday that a preliminary investigation is underway because it suspects that other people have been threatened.
The French “Parisian” reported that many people wore masks during Easter Mass at the churches of Saint Eugene and Cecilia in Paris on Saturday afternoon.
The video of the four-hour service shows people taking the host directly into their mouths and only allowing them to take the host by themselves.
According to reports, the Parish of Paris was surprised by the incident.
French news agency Agence France-Presse quoted the spokeswoman Karina Dale as saying: “We keep a distance from any behavior that does not respect the health condition.” He said, “The situation is very clear” and “Relevant issues are being discussed internally. .”
Assistant Minister of the Interior Marlene Schiappa (Marlene Schiappa) told Radio France, “This case is absolutely unacceptable.”
With a population of approximately 67 million, France has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 4.8 million people have been infected with covid-19 and nearly 96,900 people have died. The situation in the intensive care unit remains critical.
Currently, quality can only be maintained while maintaining a certain distance. The Parish of Paris also pointed out that the sacrament can only be taken by hand, and people over 11 must wear a mask.