Observing Passover Together — But Apart — Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Published on April 9, 2020 - Duration: 02:02s

Observing Passover Together — But Apart — Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

In years past, Passover meant large gatherings for a family seder.

But in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Jewish families have had to get more creative — connecting via video chat.


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