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Welcome to CNN 10. Your daily down the middle explanation of world events. I'm Carl Azuz. It's great to be starting off a new week with you. We have a couple quick headlines to cover first today on this Monday after Easter.

欢迎收看CNN 10分钟新闻,每天对世界大事进行客观解释。我是卡尔·阿祖兹。能和大家一起开始新的一周真是太好了。复活节后的周一,我们首先来关注几条新闻。

In fact, the first involves Easter itself, the most significant Holy day for the world's Christians. This is how services looked last year in St.

事实上,第一个新闻与复活节有关,复活节是世界上基督徒最重要的圣日。这是去年复活节。

Peter's Square at the Vatican and this is how they looked on Sunday with Vatican City under the same lockdown as surrounding Italy. Pope Frances, the leader of the Roman Catholic Church, participated in one of many services shown on TV and online as millions of Christians virtually attended church following social distancing guidelines on the day that commemorates Jesus Christ's resurrection.

这是周日梵蒂冈的彼得广场的样子。梵蒂冈城和意大利周围一样被封锁。罗马天主教会领袖弗朗西斯教皇参加了电视和网络上播放的众多宗教活动之一。在纪念耶稣基督复活的这一天,数百万基督徒遵循社会疏离准则,实际上是在教堂做礼拜。

Some churches held drive-thru and parking lot services and some worshipers planned to celebrate in person anyway. And that brought up a number of legal questions and lawsuits in America as issues of health restrictions and religious freedom clashed with one another. Many businesses, crucial parts of the U.S. economy, have been shutdown for weeks because of coronavirus fears. Unemployed and furloughed workers have fears about making ends meet.

一些教堂举行了免下车和停车场免费服务,一些礼拜者计划亲自庆祝。这在美国引发了许多法律问题和诉讼,因为健康限制和宗教自由的问题相互冲突。由于对冠状病毒,美国经济的重要组成部分许多企业已经关门数周。失业和休假的工人担心入不敷出。

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: There are a lot of people like me who are just wondering how long this is going to be.

未知男性:很多人在想到底还有呆多久。

AZUZ: Some help is on the way though. The first wave of checks, direct payments to Americans from the government's $2 trillion stimulus package, were sent out over the weekend. For those who are eligible, hundreds if not thousands of dollars could arrive in the days and weeks ahead. We don't know yet when the stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders will be lifted, but the United States has now seen more cases and deaths from coronavirus than any other country. So health officials say removing the restrictions too soon could make things worse.

尽管已经有一些帮助措施。第一波,即政府的2万亿美元经济刺激方案直接支付给美国人的支票,于周末发出。对于符合条件的人来说,在未来的几天或几周内,即使没有数千美元,也会获得数百美元。我们还不知道待在家里和临时避难所命令什么时候会取消,但是美国现在是冠状病毒感染病例和死亡人数最多的国家。所以卫生官员说过早取消限制会使情况变得更糟。

Welcome to CNN 10. Your daily down the middle explanation of world events. I'm Carl Azuz. It's great to be starting off a new week with you. We have a couple quick headlines to cover first today on this Monday after Easter.

In fact, the first involves Easter itself, the most significant Holy day for the world's Christians. This is how services looked last year in St.

Peter's Square at the Vatican and this is how they looked on Sunday with Vatican City under the same lockdown as surrounding Italy. Pope Frances, the leader of the Roman Catholic Church, participated in one of many services shown on TV and online as millions of Christians virtually attended church following social distancing guidelines on the day that commemorates Jesus Christ's resurrection.

Some churches held drive-thru and parking lot services and some worshipers planned to celebrate in person anyway. And that brought up a number of legal questions and lawsuits in America as issues of health restrictions and religious freedom clashed with one another. Many businesses, crucial parts of the U.S. economy, have been shutdown for weeks because of coronavirus fears. Unemployed and furloughed workers have fears about making ends meet.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: There are a lot of people like me who are just wondering how long this is going to be.

AZUZ: Some help is on the way though. The first wave of checks, direct payments to Americans from the government's $2 trillion stimulus package, were sent out over the weekend. For those who are eligible, hundreds if not thousands of dollars could arrive in the days and weeks ahead. We don't know yet when the stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders will be lifted, but the United States has now seen more cases and deaths from coronavirus than any other country. So health officials say removing the restrictions too soon could make things worse.

 
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