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Senior missionaries, missionaries with serious medical issues pulled out of Europe, church says

Senior missionaries, missionaries with serious medical issues pulled out of Europe, church says

(Devon Dewey, KSL.com)



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SALT LAKE CITY — In Europe, senior missionaries and young missionaries with serious or chronic medical conditions will return home, according to a news release from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

"These missionaries, who are at a higher risk for complications from COVID-19, come from 22 missions across Europe. After returning home, they will self-isolate for 14 days. These missionaries will not receive a new temporary assignment but will be considered for reassignment once the COVID-19 situation abates," the news release reads.

The missions where these policies will go into effect include:

  • Adriatic South Mission
  • Alpine German-Speaking Mission
  • Belgium/Netherlands Mission
  • Czech/Slovak Mission
  • Denmark Copenhagen Mission
  • England Birmingham Mission
  • England Leeds Mission
  • England London Mission
  • England Manchester Mission
  • Finland Helsinki Mission
  • France Paris Mission
  • France Lyon Mission
  • Germany Berlin Mission
  • Germany Frankfurt Mission
  • Italy Milan Mission
  • Italy Rome Mission
  • Norway Oslo Mission
  • Portugal Lisbon Mission
  • Scotland/Ireland Mission
  • Spain Barcelona Mission
  • Spain Madrid Mission
  • Sweden Stockholm Mission

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