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In a written statement made available on March 2, Jakarta Archdiocese vicar-general Samuel Pangestu advised parishioners to avoid physical greetings and direct contact with fellow church members to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, which has taken thousands of lives globally after it was first discovered in Wuhan, China, late last year.
The Jakarta Cathedral also encourages its members to bring their own hand sanitizer and recommends churchgoers suffering from respiratory illnesses or fever pray at home. (JP/Donny Fernando)
(JP/Tri Indah Oktaviani and Vela Andapita)