The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has confirmed on August 7, 2020, that it is starting to return some missionaries in their original assignments in selected areas in Europe and Asia. Church spokesman Daniel Woodruff has released the following statement:
“Over the last several weeks, the Church has been able to send a small number of missionaries to their original assignments in some places in Europe and Asia. In these circumstances, missionaries have proper travel documentation and strictly follow local requirements concerning self-isolation or quarantine. As they continue their service in these areas, the missionaries take part in activities appropriate to local circumstances. Additional travel of missionaries to assignments outside their home countries is dependent upon local conditions and travel restrictions.”
While it is unclear which countries they are referring to and if this announcement is only applicable to U.S. missionaries, we know one thing for sure that no unhallowed hand can stop the work from progressing.
Moroni Channel will provide additional information once it is made available to us.
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