The Manila Cathedral will reopen to the public on Wednesday after six months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, reports CBCP News.

The reopening of the minor basilica was part of an easing of restrictions for religious gatherings in Metro Manila announced by government authorities.

For now, churches in areas under the general community quarantine (GCQ) status can admit only up to 10 percent of their usual capacity.

Praise the Lord

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