When People Can't Go to Their Houses of Worship

11 min
The San Jose Buddhist Church Betsuin canceled services and classes since Santa Clara and five other Bay Area counties issued the"shelter in place" order. (.Eugene Zelenko/Wikimedia Commons)

Religious services and rituals are a big part of many people's lives. But now, houses of worship are closed to the public because of the coronavirus.

So in a time when more people might feel afraid, anxious or isolated, what are religious communities doing to take care of their congregations?

Guest: Adhiti Bandlamudi, Silicon Valley reporter for KQED News

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