Brisbane Evangelical Church goes online Brisbane
Brisbane Evangelical Church goes online.
Like many other churches in Australia, Brisbane Evangelical Church has introduced online services to continue the services amidst coronavirus pandemic. After "stay close to home" order in Brisbane suburbs, people are looking towards online media and resources to get engaged. The residents in the country highly appreciate the YouTube channel and Facebook page of Churches. Over 130 people joined this initiative of Evangelical Church last week.
The church is bringing up fun and innovative activities online to engage kids in church activities. People have turned towards faith and God in these difficult days of the outbreak. "It's my prayer that we can get through these difficult days together and that in the apparent uncertainty and anxiety, the church can be a voice of hope and a beacon of light," said Pastor Gordon Weir.
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Australia has witnessed several closures and shut down this week. Recently, 33 libraries of Brisbane has been closed to reduce the number of transmitted cases of coronavirus. Online library services have been launched in the city as no library will re-open from Monday until the next announcement. Online resources have been provided to the readers with a spike of items from 20 to 60.
Mayor Adrian Schrinner said that public places have started to shut down in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. The libraries will be closed for the readers, but librarians will work as usual. The online library of Brisbane will offer over 150,000 eBooks, eAudiobooks, and magazines from Monday with 24/7 availability. It will also provide music and video streaming services to the citizens. The council website will open the digital library for the reader on Monday with the application link.
Coronavirus condition in Brisbane, Queensland.
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The first case of coronavirus was reported on January 30, who is a 44-year-old Chinese man. The government is working to create awareness among people through social distancing and announcing the precautions and symptoms of COVID-19. Coronavirus has flu-like symptoms, which include high temperature, cough, difficulty in breathing, and shortness of breath. There has been a total of 306,674 cases reported globally, with 13,036 deaths. Fortunately, 92,362 recovered from coronavirus worldwide.
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