At Least Nine Coronavirus Cases Tied to North Carolina Church’s Convocation Events

United House of Prayer for All People in Charlotte

At least nine cases of COVID-19 could be connected to a Charlotte church’s convocation events from last weekend, Mecklenburg County officials tweeted late Saturday.

County public health officials urged all people who attended the events at United House of Prayer for All People at 2321 Beatties Ford Road to get tested for the coronavirus.

The county said that free COVID-19 testing will be available Sunday at StarMed Health, 4001 Tuckaseegee Road. People can find a testing site near them in Mecklenburg at:

Church officials could not immediately be reached for comment.

The Washington-D.C.,-based church was founded a century ago in Massachusetts by Bishop Charles Manuel “Sweet Daddy” Grace, who was from the Cape Verde Islands off the coast of Africa.

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SOURCE: The Charlotte Observer, Adam Bell

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