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Harris also noted that a church service that happened before state guidelines went into effect caused a serious outbreak of coronavirus.

“I do think it’s important to remind people as we’ve mentioned before, the biggest single outbreak we have seen in Alabama’s epidemic was associated with a church event, unfortunately,” Harris said. “It occurred really before health orders had been put into place when we were just beginning to realize the significance of what was going on. There were a couple of hundred cases and I think almost 50 deaths either directly or indirectly related to a church event.”
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