Corky Siemaszko11h ago / 5:45 PM UTCThe Florida pastor who wound up in handcuffs after he defied a local stay-at-home coronavirus order by holding a church service for hundreds of worshippers will be celebrating Easter with his flock online this Sunday.Rodney Howard-Browne, who in previous statements railed at “tyrannical government” and threatened to sue the local sheriff for arresting him, made the announcement on The River at Tampa Bay Church’s Facebook page.“Join us ONLINE ONLY at 9:30 AM on Sunday, April 12th, for our Resurrection Sunday service as we celebrate the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ,” the announcement read.Afternoon roundup of coronavirus coverageRationing protective gear means checking on coronavirus patients less often. This can be deadly. [ProPublica]Did Ohio get it right? Early intervention, preparation for pandemic may pay off. [The Washington Post]A Colorado ski community planned to test everyone for COVID-19. Here’s what happened. [Kaiser Health News]Tom Winter and Jonathan Dienst11h ago / 5:12 PM UTCNYPD now has 17 dead from COVID-19, but 600 out sick have returned to workTwo more members of the NYPD have died of COVID-19, a police officer and a traffic enforcement agent, bringing the hard-hit department’s total number of coronavirus

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