An Orthodox Jewish group and a Catholic diocese have sued New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo over new coronavirus regulations they say unfairly target houses of worship. The new restrictions cover areas with recent COVID-19 outbreaks, including Brooklyn and Queens. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn said in its lawsuit the governor is requiring all houses of worship in certain zones to limit services to 10 people or 25 percent of church capacity, but essential businesses in some of the areas have no capacity limitations. Agudath Israel of America, the international religious group representing Orthodox Jews in their lawsuit, notes the restrictions were to go in place on the eve of three important Jewish holidays, disrupting the worship of thousands of Jews.