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Four temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — one in California, two in Chile and one in Haiti — will be moving to Phase 2 operations beginning Monday, Nov. 9.

More than 90% of the Church’s available temples have reopened after the late March closures due to the global COVID-19 pandemic — and 84% of those reopened temples are already in Phase 2 of the Church’s four-phase plan.

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In the 27th week of announcing reopenings through Newsroom, the Church’s planned changes for Nov. 9 include the following temples moving from Phase 1 to Phase 2:

  • Concepción Chile Temple
  • Oakland California Temple
  • Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple
  • Santiago Chile Temple

Phase 2 allows for the performance of all temple ordinances for living individuals, with Phase 1 limited to living husband-and-wife sealings.

It is the second status change in as many weeks for the Oakland temple, with last week’s announced updates including that temple resuming Phase 1 operations after a lengthy period in a “paused” designation waiting for local conditions to improve.

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