April 6, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic challenges both global health and religious practice in profound and still evolving ways. Religious institutions, beliefs, leaders, and practices have vital roles to play—positive and less positive—in the ongoing coronavirus crisis and response. This applies equally across all affected countries and communities, though reactions and responses differ quite widely. In this rapidly evolving situation, religious voices should be part of the broad policy exchange, based on an informed and nuanced understanding of developments.