Gov. Andy Beshear has issued an executive order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 this Easter. During his daily press conference, Beshear said if anyone goes to mass gathering this weekend, such as church, that person’s license plate will be recorded by police.
“We absolutely cannot bring people together in one building like that. That's how the coronavirus spreads, and that's how people die,” Beshear said.
As a Christian I can’t think of a better fight than #EasterSunday services. But in my opinion let’s worship from home & let April run it’s course. And if we’re still lab rats by May 1st & people aren’t zombies, then it’s time to start fighting back. https://t.co/s4ULJaOFg3— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) April 11, 2020
Gov. Beshear: New action - any individual who participates in a local mass gathering this weekend will have their vehicle license plate recorded, given to local health departments, who will come to the home and serve the residents with an order for 14-day quarantine there. pic.twitter.com/nUbWh417d8— Brad Hughes (@GYMObrad) April 10, 2020
Gov. Andy Beshear said anyone gathering this weekend, including those at in-person church services, will be required to quarantine for 14 days. https://t.co/WXwQYsPnwd— KHOU 11 News Houston (@KHOU) April 11, 2020