UOC-MP arranges public kissing of relics in occupied Sevastopol
Despite the danger of catching the dangerous disease coronavirus, in one of the churches of the occupied Sevastopol, the Moscow Patriarchate organized for its parishioners to kiss the relics.
“Sevastopol. The sect of the ROC MP has no Tomos, but it is viral - literally and figuratively! They still place the relics on the street, although it has been explicitly banned to kiss them,” she wrote.
With this approach, the number of Crimean people infected with coronavirus will invariably increase.
In Sevastopol, as of March 30, 2956 people are under the supervision of the operational headquarters for coronavirus, of which 920 people are under medical supervision in hospitals-38 people. This is reported by Religious Truth (Religiyna Pravda).