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Quiapo church extends closure till January 26

A transparent view of the Quiapo Church by means of Plaza Miranda. (File Picture by ED LUSTAN / INQUIRER.internet)

MANILA, Philippines — The Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, Parish of St. John the Baptist, in any other case generally known as the Quiapo Church, will stay closed till Jan. 26 because of the rising variety of COVID-19 circumstances in Metro Manila.

In a press release on Fb, Rev. Msgr. Hernando Coronel introduced that the church will lengthen its closure from January 13 to 26 “as a part of our efforts to curb the unfold of COVID-19.”

“On this regard, organizational work and different church-related actions that cater to the general public [are] suspended,” Coronel mentioned in a press release.

Coronel, nevertheless, assured that Quiapo Church will proceed to host each day on-line lots and devotions dwell on its official social media accounts.

A radical disinfection and sanitation of the church’s workplaces and premises may even be performed.

This yr’s Feast of the Black Nazarene  or Traslacion was additionally suspended to stop the additional unfold of COVID-19.

As of Thursday, the nation has now reached 3,092,427 confirmed circumstances of COVID-19, with 237,387 lively circumstances of COVID-19.


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