Tequila Bar Applies to Become Church to Avoid COVID-19 Laws

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A tequila bar owner in the United Kingdom is proving to be a genius.

James Aspell, who is the proud owner of “400 Rabbits Tequila and Mezcal Cocktail Bar” in Nottingham, has applied to register as a church in order to avoid COVID-19 regulations and restrictions.

In order to be approved as a place of worship, people will need to sign up as members of the congregation at “Church of the Four Hundred Rabbits,” according to Nottinghamshire Live.

The new “churchgoers” can register as “bunny believers” or “reverend of the righteous rabbits.”

If this goes through, Aspell will have to be one of the best bar owners of the year, because this is a church we can all be in support of.

The 34-year-old shared his application on social media.

The coronavirus mainly comes from animals and a majority of those who were infected early either worked at or frequently visited the Huanan seafood wholesale market in Wuhan, according to The Guardian. The virus is similar to Severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) and Middle Eastern respiratory syndrome (Mers).

The Wuhan coronavirus is transmitted from person to person through “droplet transmission.” That means an infected person can pass the virus by sneezing or coughing on another person as well as by direct contact.

While a majority of the cases have been detected in the United States and China — with more than 13.4 million confirmed cases and 267,000 deaths in the United States — it has now reached many countries around the world. It has also been confirmed in Italy, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and many other eastern countries.

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