Mecklenburg County health officials are concerned that the United Prayer House is preparing for a large event in Virginia. A bus full of Charlottes should participate.
Charlotte, North Carolina — As the convocation takes place at the Kingdom City Church on Brookshire Boulevard on the third night of the convocation, Mecklenburg County health officials are turning their attention to another rally as they plan to do so Another large-scale event.
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Gibbie Harris, the director of the Mecklenburg County Health Department, knew about the planned activities of the United Prayer House in Newport News, Virginia, on the weekend of November 14.
WCNC Charlotte confirmed the plan with the congregation who did not want to be identified.
The plan is to have 11 buses going to and from Charlotte for worship.
Harris said: “The reality is that this is not a good situation.”
However, although Harris is worried that the mode of transportation and mass gatherings will lead to another group of COVID-19, Harris cannot do anything about it.
Harris said: “I can’t stop the buses on the border (interstate highway) from coming back. I can’t stop them from driving.” “If your person is positive for COVID, then taking a bus now may be one of the worst situations. .”
According to Mecklenburg County health officials, one of the Charlotte locations where Union House is located in Charlotte has been the cause of the massive outbreak of coronavirus cases.
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In October, a large face-to-face rally was held at the United House of Prayer for All on Beatties Ford Road. As of Tuesday’s update from county health officials, 9 COVID deaths and 208 coronavirus cases have been traced back to the gathering there.
Tron Jacob Azul, a former member of the New York United Prayer House, said: “People’s lives are threatened.” “Don’t you all see people really dead?”
He left the church, but his family remained active members of the congregation.
He said that the church does not care about the well-being of its believers, and the leaders of the church are highly greedy for salvation.
He said: “It has to do with power and money.” “That’s it. It’s like they are under a spell.”
Since the outbreak in October, WCNC Charlotte (Charlotte WCNC) has repeatedly tried to contact the United House of Prayer, but has yet to receive a response from church leaders.