How are Donald Trump and Mike Pence are observing Easter Sunday amid coronavirus pandemic?
Nicholas Wu, USA TODAY Published 1:02 p.m. ET April 11, 2020 | Updated 2:24 p.m. ET April 11, 2020CLOSE New software the companies plan to add to phones would make it easier to use Bluetooth wireless technology to track down people for who may have been infected by coronavirus carriers (April 10). AP DomesticPresident Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are preparing to celebrate Easter from a safe, socially distant approach as most of the country observes shelter-in-place orders to help limit the spread of the coronavirus. Trump started the holiday weekend with a White House briefing Friday, where Trump said he would use a laptop to watch a service led by Robert Jeffress, pastor of the 4,000-member First Baptist Church in Dallas and a Fox News contributor. Pence told Americans to continue following the coronavirus mitigation guidelines and avoid gathering in groups of more than 10 people, including religious services. “We know it’s difficult in this time of year, particularly, Mr. President, to avoid gatherings of more than 10. But we’re grateful that so many churches, synagogues, and places of worship have done just that, and we urge you to continue to do it,” Pence said. Pence said earlier in the week he would attend the virtual services