COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 21st August 2020


Coronavirus death rate continues to fall – if there had been a correlation between rise in cases and deaths, fatalities should have risen to around 35 per day

Households in Oldham and Blackburn will be banned from meeting together from midnight tonight

The innovative use of new technologies such as virtual reality during the COVID-19 crisis


Australian government to discuss denying those who refuse a coronavirus vaccine access to restaurants, international travel and public transport


Germany, France, Italy and Spain see their highest number of coronavirus infections in months


San Francisco officials reprimand Catholic officials — yet again — for violating coronavirus health orders

What if parish ministry never returns to ‘normal’…intentionally?


Regional Director for WHO Europe ‘very concerned’ over rising number of cases among under-24s who think they’re invulnerable

And finally, Irish police out in force to stop pilgrims getting to Knock for the Assumption