To Say the Kaddish During Coronavirus, Jews Around the World Stand In

Every day, Aaron Fogel gathers with the other people of his drug therapy middle in Jerusalem to say Kaddish, the Jewish prayer of mourning. They are not praying for their individual loved types. They say the prayer—which historically requires a team of at least 10 Jewish adults—for those people who simply cannot acquire for the duration of the coronavirus outbreak.

The Covid-19 pandemic has upended rituals of mourning all over the world. Hindu funeral pyres on the Ganges River have been extinguished Muslim corpse-washing techniques have been suspended. And,…

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