Splitting 5 to 4, Supreme Court blocks New York coronavirus restrictions on houses of worship. Amy Coney Barrett plays a decisive role. – Chicago Tribune

The opinion noted that in red zones, while a synagogue or church cannot admit more than 10 people, businesses deemed “essential,” from grocery stores to pet shops, can remain open without capacity limits. And in orange zones, while synagogues and churches are capped at 25 people, “even non-essential businesses may decide for themselves how many persons to admit.”

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