Diaspora

Diaspora Jewry is the collective name for the Jewish communities outside of the Land of Israel. Historically, these communities go back to big historical events like the Babylonian exile, the siege of Jerusalem and the expulsion from Spain. Today, the biggest Diaspora communities exist in the United States, France, Canada, the UK and Russia.

Dominic Raab, whose father was a Jewish refugee, is Britain’s acting PM

Raab, 46, does not identify himself as Jewish.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
08/04/2020
A Shabbat service featuring members of the Madrid and Barcelona Reform communities.
Spain’s Reform congregations form online community amid coronavirus

'These presentations help people confront and accept the situation they’re living. Accepting helps empower [them] for the future.'

By MARGARITA GOKUN SILVER/JTA
08/04/2020
Letters in a letterbox saying "payment due" [Illustrative]
I had to choose between buying Passover food and paying my bills

Given our wealth of community organizations and deeply generous donors, all it would take to feed all Jews in need for Passover, no questions asked, is the communal will to do so.

By ELENA GORMLEY / JTA
08/04/2020
Setting the stage for Passover with matzah at the Wood River Jewish Community's Hebrew school
How Sun Valley's Jewish community is coping with coronavirus

'I’m praying we come out better people, more compassionate. God didn’t finish the world. It is our job to finish the work as God’s partners and make it better for all human beings.'

By PENNY SCHWARTZ/ JTA
08/04/2020
Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog
Herzog to 'Post': Communities to face financial, antisemitic trouble

In the time of the coronavirus emergency, the Jewish Agency is stepping up to help, in the Diaspora and in Israel.

Jeremy Corbyn and Keir Starmer attend a general election campaign meeting in Harlow, Britain Novembe
Starmer addressed Labour antisemitism more in days than Corbyn in years

In addition, he discussed having the Jewish Labour Movement train all party staff regarding sensitivity to antisemitism as soon as possible.

Jewish community of Bnei Zion, India to celebrate Passover via Zoom

Fifty families are expected to take part in the online seder - which will include the reading of the hagaddah, singing songs and lots and lost of food.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
07/04/2020
Avi Berkowitz to 'Post': There should not be large Sdarim

Ahead of Passover, Special Assistant to President Trump, Avi Berkowitz, told The Jerusalem Post that people should celebrate the Seder with their nuclear families this year, urging social distancing.

Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lion (R) with Avi Berkowitz, Assistant to the President and Special Representa
Berkowitz to 'Post': Peace team focused on combating coronavirus now

Ahead of Passover, Special Assistant to President Trump Avi Berkowitz said that people should celebrate the Seder only with their nuclear families this year, urging social distancing.

Workers construct what is believed to be a makeshift morgue behind a NYC hospital
How Jewish communities are deploying Passover aid amid coronavirus lockdowns

Across America, Jewish federations are finding unconventional ways to cope with the restrictions while helping with Passover needs.

By LARRY LUXNER/JTA
07/04/2020
Lisa Nandy
Friends of Palestine chair is UK Labour’s new shadow foreign secretary

Nandy has both spoken in support for an arms embargo against Israel and has put forward a plan to combat antisemitism within her party.

Antwerp Jewish
Belgian Jews concerned about large haredi population and coronavirus

Antwerp community leaders expected an 85% COVID-19 infection rate among Jews in the Belgian city, with at least 550 deaths * Foreign Ministry makes sure Jews in Egypt have kosher for Passover food.

Passover in the shadow of corona: NY Jews brace for grim week

New York, which has been the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the US, has seen more than 123,000 cases and more than 4,000 deaths.

Gabe Kapler plays video games to stay sharp as he waits for baseball season

Playing the video game was a suggestion of one of his coaches, and they now compete against each other daily.

By MARC BRODSKY/JTA
06/04/2020
Jessica Meir offers isolation advice from the International Space Station

Meir spoke on Friday from the International Space Station, where she has lived since late September with a handful of other astronauts.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
06/04/2020
Comedian Larry David
Larry David: Bernie Sanders should end presidential campaign

David told Dowd that he is just fine with social distancing and hunkering down in his home. “I will say that the lack of invitations, OK, that’s been fantastic,” he said.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
06/04/2020
Adam Sandler poses backstage with his Best Male Lead award for "Uncut Gems."
Adam Sandler pays tribute to doctors and nurses in new ‘Quarantine Song’

Sandler pulled a hoodie over his baseball cap and put on sunglasses (so viewers would not see him reading the lyrics, he said) before he began strumming on his guitar.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
06/04/2020
Jeremy Corbyn and Keir Starmer attend a general election campaign meeting in Harlow, Britain Novembe
UK Labour’s new leader better than Corbyn, but that’s a low bar - analysis

Starmer ran as a unifier. But he can't cure the party of antisemitism if he won't identify where the disease is coming from.

05/04/2020
A card pairing from Kiruv vs. Orthodoxy.
Kiruv vs. Orthodoxy, a new game irreverently pokes fun at 'frum Judaism'

On its crowdfunding page on IndieGoGo, the game refers to itself as "like that other game but much more frum," referring to the popular satirical and subversive card game Cards Against Humanity.

05/04/2020
Coronavirus shuts down Canada's leading Jewish newspaper after 60 years

There will be no print or internet edition.

By DAVID LAZARUS/JTA
05/04/2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks at the AIPAC policy conference in Washington in March.
US Secretary of State Pompeo ‘moved’ by Tel Aviv solidarity

The Tel Aviv city hall lit up on Saturday evening with the colors of the red white and blue.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
05/04/2020
U.S. singer P!NK smiles during a question and answer session at Humberside Collegiate Institute in T
Pink opens up about having coronavirus

Pink and her son have since tested negative for the coronavirus. She has donated $1 million to help fight the novel virus.

05/04/2020
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo delivers remarks at a news conference. New York City, New York, U.S.,
New York State approves hate crimes act

Cuomo named legislation after Rabbi Josef Neumann, who died after being stabbed at a synagogue in Monsey over Hanukkah.

Hungarian Jewish community offers kosher chicken amid coronavirus pandemic

The Chabad initiative will produce ten thousand chickens per day under the supervision of Reb Shmuel Oirechman and will offer two levels of kashrut, regular and extra strict (mehadrin).

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
03/04/2020
The coronavirus pandemic, and how the Jewish community survives it

The big news is that nonprofits are eligible to tap into the $349 billion in payroll protection loans for small businesses administered by the Small Business Administration.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
03/04/2020
Daniel Pearl.
Pakistan re-arrests four men acquitted in Daniel Pearl murder case

The Sindh provincial government's Home Department issued the order to arrest and detain the four before they were released from prison.

By REUTERS
03/04/2020
KOSHER INSPECTOR Aaron Wulkan examines meat to ensure that the food is stored and prepared.
Kosher slaughterhouse for geese switches to chicken due to coronavirus

The switch to chicken is meant to alleviate an expected shortage in kosher meat in Europe because of the coronavirus.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
03/04/2020
Chickens in Coop
Empire Kosher closes processing plant after employees contract coronavirus

The chicken processing plant in Pennsylvania will be closed for at least two weeks.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
03/04/2020
Hospital bed in Hadassah Ein Kerem
Ronald David Bayfield survived Normandy to die alone in a London hospital

Bayfield is survived by his wife and five grandchildren — one of whom, Miriam Berger, is a rabbi at Finchley Reform Synagogue and officiated at his funeral.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
03/04/2020
UK allocates over $17 million for security at Jewish institutions

The Community Security Trust recorded 1,805 antisemitic incidents in the United Kingdom in 2019, a 7 percent increase over the previous year.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
03/04/2020
3 weeks after Purim, coronavirus is hitting Jewish communities hard

In the category of “gatherings that, in retrospect, probably shouldn’t have happened,” Purim parties are far from alone.

By BEN SALES/JTA
03/04/2020
Jewish Museum of Maryland on the left and the Chizuk Amuno Synagogue on the right, Baltimore city
Maryland synagogue vandalism caught on camera

A surveillance camera captured the attack on the Tikvat Israel Congregation building, which took place early Saturday morning.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
03/04/2020
Coronavirus crisis in France sparks antisemitic conspiracy theories

Disease-related antisemitic conspiracy theories haven't been seen in France since the plagues of old. But with the new coronavirus pandemic, the strain is re-emerging.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
03/04/2020
Robert Kraft sends Patriots plane to acquire Chinese masks for hospitals

Kraft and his son Jonathan also agreed to pay $2 million, or approximately half the cost of the masks, according to the report.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
03/04/2020
Brooklyn’s Orthodox neighborhoods have high rates of coronavirus

The record of positive COVID-19 tests in the five boroughs shows that Borough Park, Crown Heights, Williamsburg and Midwood all have above-average positive test rates.

By BEN SALES/JTA
03/04/2020
In this undated photo provided by the Internationa
Quebec Hasidic Jewish community under quarantine due to coronavirus oubreak

The region's public health department noted that there have been 10 confirmed cases of coronavirus discovered among members of the Tosh Hasidic community.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
04/04/2020
Cossacks in the living room: the story of Turka art

The story was close to my heart: I remember my own grandmother telling us about her being a little girl hiding under the kitchen table as the Cossacks plundered her village (also in today’s Ukraine).

By DARIUS GILMONT
03/04/2020
Jewish doctor urges Israel to follow his off-label coronavirus treatment

While some anecdotal studies indicated that these drugs might be effective, other doctors have criticized Dr. Zelenko’s protocol, saying that more research is needed.

Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne songwriter, dies from coronavirus, 52

Fountains of Wayne’s most famous song was “Stacy’s Mom,” for which Schlesinger and co-songwriter Chris Collingwood were nominated for two Grammy Awards in 2003.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA , EMILY BURACK/ JTA
02/04/2020
A ladder stands in front of two paintings by Pablo Picasso at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem; Picass
Picasso painting looted by Nazis will return to heirs of Jewish banker

Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, a descendant of composer Felix Mendelssohn, sold the pastel work titled “Head of a Woman” in 1934, along with at least 15 other significant artworks. He died in 1935.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
02/04/2020
One World Trade is seen behind a sign that flashes an emergency alert, as the coronavirus disease (C
Miami Beach hotel sued after canceling Passover vacation for 1,200

Students, parents and staff of the Magen David Yeshivah in Brooklyn had rented 621 rooms for about 1,200 guests for the April program at the Eden Roc hotel.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
02/04/2020
Business magnate George Soros arrives to speak at the Open Russia Club in London, Britain June 20, 2
George Soros donates $1.1 million to Budapest for coronavirus preparation

The donation earned praise from the Hungarian capital’s mayor.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
02/04/2020
Ruth Bader-Ginsburg, a progressive icon on the Supreme Court.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is working out in Supreme Court gym during pandemic

Johnson said he takes precautions, including wiping down the equipment before the 87-year-old Ginsburg works out and social distancing.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
02/04/2020
U.S. President Donald Trump arrives to address U.S mayors in the East Room of the White House in Was
Trump’s friend in coma from coronavirus is a Jewish real estate mogul

Chera, 78, is part of the tight-knit Syrian Jewish community in Brooklyn. In 2014, he was honored at the gala dinner of the American Friends of the Rabin Medical Center.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
02/04/2020
Stones placed in remembrance lie on grave tablets on the Mount of Olives Jewish cemetary as the sun
The heartbreaking loneliness of mourning during a pandemic

In short, how can we be present when we are not allowed to be present?

By JORDANA HORN/JTA
02/04/2020
We need Shabbat now more than ever in the days of the coronavirus

Even alone in my apartment, I am overwhelmed by space. What I am craving is: time.

By CAROLINE ROTHSTEIN/JTA
02/04/2020
Israeli flag western wall
Lessons learned from other Pandemics in the Jewish community

While there are stark contrasts between today’s coronavirus pandemic and HIV/AIDS epidemic, Jewish law gives us a road map that applies to both.

By LINDA S. HAASE/JTA
02/04/2020
'Zoombombing' exposes Jewish online gatherings to antisemitism

In Thousand Oaks, California, an online school board meeting was reportedly interrupted with pornographic images, as well as a Nazi flag and swastika.

Two NJ couples charged with child endangerment over coronavirus gatherings

'My Office will prosecute any individual who defies or breaks the law, State of Emergency or otherwise. Everyone must respect and follow the law.'

01/04/2020
Hate crime law to be named after the rabbi who died in Monsey attack

Rabbi Josef Neumann, 72, went into a coma after the event at Monsey during the Hannukah celebrations last December, and died from his wounds on Sunday.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
01/04/2020
Sheldon Adelson, a casino magnate and major backer of pro-Israel causes.
Sheldon Adelson donates 2m. face masks to hospitals, first responders

Some 250,000 of the masks will go to the Trump administration’s program to assist health workers.

Barry Freundel
Mikvah-peeping Rabbi Barry Freundel set to be released early from prison

Freundel, 68, who began serving his prison term in May 2015, was sentenced to 6 1/2 years after pleading guilty to 52 counts of voyeurism, a charge that carries up to a year’s incarceration.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
01/04/2020
Jewish Canadians returning from US cause spike in coronavirus

Cote St. Luc, a Montreal suburb with the densest and most elderly Jewish population in Quebec, reported some of earliest cases and has declared a state of emergency.

By DAVID LAZARUS/JTA
01/04/2020
Gavel lying in front of a judge courtroom lawyer lawsuit
Pennsylvania man charged with making threats to Jews, other minorities

He used various aliases online to post hundreds of antisemitic, anti-black and anti-Muslim messages, images and videos

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
01/04/2020
Bern
Swiss museum agrees to pay restitution to heirs of Nazi-looted art

The decision reverses the 2008 stance by the city, which owns the museum, in which it argued that the collector, Curt Glaser, sold the artworks at market value.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
01/04/2020
A member of medical staff swaps a Palestinian worker for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing, upo
Coronavirus: Philadelphia Jewish day school art center makes face shields

Since starting production last week, the school in Merion Station has made about 200 shields for distribution to doctors and nurses in the community. Now it’s ramping up production to produce that ma

By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
01/04/2020
UK Jews overrepresented in coronavirus deaths, some theories as to why

The figures are raising concerns that British Jews are particularly at risk from the virus. They are also giving rise to multiple hypotheses to explain this reality, though none seem conclusive.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
31/03/2020
Demonstrators attend an 'al-Quds Day' protest rally in Berlin, Germany, July 11, 2015
Berlin antisemitism center ignores anti-Israel antisemitism

The Berlin Center for Antisemitism Research has faced criticism for employing a researcher who worked for an organization that promoted a rally calling for Israel's destruction.

CREATIVE PEACE-MAKING projects like this one supported by the Jewish Federations
Coronavirus: Jewish Federations help nonprofits receive financial aid

JFNA help Jewish nonprofits access Small Business Administration loans, as part of the Paycheck Protection Program, through the CARES Act.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
31/03/2020
Over 40 rabbis in Diaspora have died since coronavirus outbreak

The one reform rabbi known to have died is Rabbi Neil Kraft, the beloved rabbi of the Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue who passed away weeks before he was due to retire.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
31/03/2020
Attorney at center of New Rochelle coronavirus outbreak released

Garbuz was directly connected to 37 other confirmed cases of coronavirus in New York, including his wife, two of their children and a neighbor.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
31/03/2020
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo delivers remarks at a news conference. New York City, New York, U.S.,
NY Gov. Cuomo renames legislation to honor deceased Monsey stabbing victim

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he is renaming proposed state hate crime legislation in honor of the Monsey stabbing victim who died on Sunday.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
31/03/2020
A member of Romania's Jewish community points to devastated graves at a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest
Bucharest Jews can bury coronavirus dead on Shabbat to avoid cremation

The Jewish community of Bucharest, Romania, received a rabbinical allowance to bury coronavirus victims on Shabbat.

By MARCY OSTER
31/03/2020
The damaged door of a synagogue is seen in Halle, Germany October 10, 2019, after two people were ki
Germany's antisemitism commissioner: Jewish communities are thriving

Klein also hinted to the possibility of infusing more Jewish life into the public conscience by marking public cultural days.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
31/03/2020
Should we be shopping for Passover or the pandemic?

Before speaking to my mom, I hadn’t given any thought to Passover cleaning or how filling a cupboard with pasta could be a problem for some Jews.

By RENÉE REIZMAN/JTA
31/03/2020
Satmar Hasidic Jews await the arrival of Grand Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum at a mass gathering in the Bro
Between mourning and solidarity, Jewish communities battle the virus

Data on the religious identity of those infected or deceased usually does not exist and even Jewish institutions themselves often do not have accurate information.

Cremation of Jewish victim of coronavirus in Argentina stirs controversy

The first Jewish victim of the coronavirus in Argentina was cremated by local authorities despite protests from the local Jewish community.

By JTA STAFF
30/03/2020
Monsey attack victim Josef Neumann succumbs to injuries

Governor Cuomo will rename the domestic terror hate crime legislation, the "Josef Neumann Hate Crimes Domestic Terrorism Act"

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
30/03/2020
2 Jewish nursing home residents in Cleveland catch coronavirus

Two residents of Montefiore, a Jewish nursing home in suburban Cleveland, tested positive for coronavirus.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
30/03/2020
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks during a rally in St Louis, Missouri, U
Bernie Sanders’ Florida campaign office vandalized with swastikas

A tweet Saturday from the Florida for Bernie account showed two large swastikas painted in black and the words “voting didn’t stop us last time.”

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
30/03/2020
Orthodox Jews arrive during the 13th Siyum HaShas, a celebration marking the completion of the Daf Y
NJ man arrested for threatening Jews who break coronavirus rules

A New Jersey man sent Facebook messages to Gov. Phil Murphy and others threatening to harm Orthodox Jews for violating state coronavirus restrictions.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
30/03/2020
Emergency Medical Technicians wearing protective gear wheel a sick patient to a waiting ambulance du
Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn fight COVID-19 and antisemitism

This is ‘perhaps one of the most significant challenges our community has faced since the Holocaust’

Old part of the Jewish cemetery of La Tablada, in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's first Jewish coronavirus death is cremated, sparks controversy

Cremation of the dead is not allowed under religious Jewish law.

By JTA STAFF
29/03/2020
Alfred Landecker Foundation donates 1 m. Euros to aid Holocaust survivors

Holocaust survivors are made more vulnerable to the virus due to their age, and given the trauma they've experienced are also made more susceptible to mental health issues due to prolonged isolation.

By CELIA JEAN
29/03/2020
NYC mayor to synagogues: Close for coronavirus or be shut down permanently

"I understand how important people’s faiths are to them, and we need our faith in this time of crisis. But we do not need gatherings that will endanger people."

By CELIA JEAN
30/03/2020
Israeli Americans are eligible for stimulus checks tax attorney tells Post

Each person seeking the relief must have a US social security number, and the deadline for the US to provide the money is the end of 2020.

Coronavirus quarantine as a reminder of the past

Here the coronavirus reminds us of the plagues of old – they were severe but then they were over. Our plague has no end in sight so we will be quarantined for a long time.

By DAVID GEFFEN
28/03/2020
Coronavirus shutdown forces Pennsylvania JCC to lay off 176 employees

Its 178 employees were sent home for at least two weeks. Krulik, the center’s CEO, acknowledged that they had entered a “challenging and unpredictable time.”

By BEN SALES/JTA
28/03/2020
Rabbi Daniel Nevins, the dean of the rabbinical school at the Jewish Theological Seminary
Rabbinical school dean undergoes experimental corona treatment

Nevins was tested for the coronavirus on March 12 and a week later got back a positive result. A week after that, he was tested again. Friday morning, he got the result: All clear.

By BEN HARRIS/JTA
30/03/2020
Stones placed in remembrance lie on grave tablets on the Mount of Olives Jewish cemetary as the sun
Grieving my husband prepared me for this pandemic

There is one word to describe the feeling that is overtaking the world now: grief.

By SARI KHAN/JTA
28/03/2020
Giuseppe Alberti, Alleged martyrdom of Simonino da Trento, 1677, oil on canvas, Trento, Castello del
Italian artist accused of antisemitism for new painting of blood libel

The painting is very detailed, showing a group of hook-nosed Jews with peyot and yellow, uneven teeth strangling the child and draining his blood.

27/03/2020
Ralph Lauren
Ralph Lauren's foundation to donate $10m. to those affected by coronavirus

The company he founded will continue to pay its workers through the pandemic and will manufacture gowns and masks for medical workers.

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
27/03/2020
Fantastics' owner, 76ers partner, to make millions of medical masks, gowns

“We’re fortunate to have this giant factory in Pennsylvania that makes all these baseball jerseys.”

By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
27/03/2020
For Italian Jews, the ‘smell of death’ is all around

Isolated and worried, thousands of Italian Jews have turned to their communal media and institutions for a lifeline and sense of solidarity.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
27/03/2020
German magazine stokes ‘antisemitism’ against Israel amid coronavirus

Spiegel said Israelis couldn’t protest, Netanyahu created ‘Corona dictatorship’

Jewish man told 'you're spreading coronavirus,' asked to leave store

"You’re spreading the virus, you gotta go," said the Johnstons Toyota employee.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
26/03/2020
Another take on the world post-Holocaust

The author, or at least the main character in his book, is obsessed with a woman and spends most of the book whining about her.

By AARON LEIBEL
26/03/2020
Silver Center for Arts and Science, New York University
NYU slams ex-SJP president for 'callous' tweet about coronavirus victim

Aryeh Even, an 88-year-old Israeli Holocaust survivor, died last week. He was the first Israeli fatality due to the virus.

Chinese President Xi Jinping meets Harvard University President Lawrence Bacow at the Great Hall of
Harvard University’s Jewish president, has the coronavirus

Harvard University president Lawrence Bacow and his wife Adele Fleet Bacow have tested positive for the coronavirus.

By PENNY SCHWARTZ/ JTA
26/03/2020
British Jews
Jews make up 5% of coronavirus deaths in the UK

Jews make up just 0.3% of the population in the United Kingdom.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
26/03/2020
Yeshiva University Maccabees in the NCAA Division III Men's Basketball tournament
YU men’s basketball team made history — until coronavirus ended the season

'There was no sting of defeat, there was no glory of victory, it was just kind of this, like, blank screen, and an emptiness — wondering what could have been.'

By GABE FRIEDMAN/JTA
26/03/2020
Jewish men attend morning prayer as they keeping distance from one another as part of measures to pr
Jewish federations establish coalition to combat coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak has severely impacted the Jewish community, forcing many communal institutions such as schools and synagogues to shut down.

25/03/2020
Meet the 25-year-old Jew who plans to unseat Jerry Nadler

The man’s name: Jonathan Herzog. His age: 25, and he says he thinks he can be the next Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

A MAN wraps fresh matza during Passover in Ashdod in 2016
London rabbis loosen kashrut rules for Passover due to coronavirus

The Kashrut Division of the court developed the list, titled “Product guidelines in extremis,” from an array of basic goods to help quarantined families

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
27/03/2020
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