Washington National Cathedral Reopening (for two days)

(DC)- The Washington National Cathedral will reopen to the public today for the first time since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The cathedral is holding an “Election Day Prayer Vigil,” which is 14-hours of prayer. Tomorrow at noon, there will be a “Service of Healing, Unity, and Hope.” Due to coronavirus restrictions, there will be no more than a-hundred people allowed inside at a time. No political materials will be allowed inside, and the building will close again after tomorrow.