The new law ensures that Kentucky churches can stay open even during a lockdown situation.


FRANKFORT, Kentucky (LifeSiteNews) – The Governor of Kentucky has signed legislation stating that churches are essential during declared states of emergency.

Governor Andy Beshear signed the bill into law on April 5.

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The new law means that churches will stay open during any emergency situation, such as one resembling the lockdowns that were enacted due to the declared pandemic.