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Reopening post pandemic

A hand-sanitizing station is seen at the entrance to the sanctuary of St. Louis Church May 23 in Batesville, Indiana, May 23. (CNS/Katie Rutter)

The coronavirus pandemic caused many businesses, schools, parishes and more to shut down for months in an attempt to get the infection rate under control. Many parishes have now reopened and parishioners are going back to Mass. Many businesses have reopened to customers. And schools are discussing plans for reopening in the fall. But what steps have been taken to keep the coronavirus in check? 

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