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Latter-day Saint Charities Responds to Coronavirus with Commodities and Financial Assistance Worldwide (Church News) (March 25, 2020)
In helping address global health concerns, Latter-day Saint Charities is assisting with commodities and financing worldwide—from Asia to North America and into Europe and the Middle East—while working with Church canneries and food-processing plants to help meet increased needs.

Church parking lots in Utah could be used as COVID-19 testing sites if needed (Deseret News - Utah) (March 25, 2020)
Parking lots at Latter-day Saint churches could become temporary COVID-19 testing sites if necessary, but the meetinghouses probably won’t become overflow hospitals with beds and patients, according to the faith’s Utah Area president.

Utah Man Who Died of Coronavirus Had Visited Mormon Temple (U.S. News) (March 25, 2020)
A Utah man who died from the coronavirus had visited a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple in the week prior to his diagnosis, church officials said. The temple in Bountiful, north of Salt Lake City, was closed Sunday after state health officials announced the man's death. It wasn't immediately clear how many people had visited the temple at the same time as the man or in the days before it was closed. Davis County Health Department officials have tried to find and contact

How FamilySearch is using computer technology to speed up the process of publishing record images (Church News) (March 25, 2020)
Last year, adding a new digital record image to the FamilySearch website took about six to nine months. Today, it can be done in 24 hours using computer technology. This means FamilySearch’s collection of now more than 4 billion historical images will continue to grow rapidly. And with FamilySearch’s new Explore Historical Images feature, users can browse these images easier than ever before.

Man wanted in Pasco for allegedly trying to rob Mormon missionaries (YakTriNews - Washington) (March 25, 2020)
Police say a man allegedly tried to rob two Mormon missionaries with a gun near Road 76 and Quadra Drive across from the Pasco Walmart on Wednesday, March 18. The Pasco Police Department said the missionaries were walking together on Road 76 around 8 p.m. when the driver of a red pickup slowed down next to them, pulled out a black semi-automatic pistol and asked if they had any money.

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