“This creates an atmosphere where the virus could grow and spread like a petri dish – and nobody wants to be in a petri dish at the White House.”
Boris Epshteyn said he is experiencing mild symptoms and is quarantining.
As he walks the hallways of a large suburban Chicago hospital amidst an increasing number of COVID-19 patients, Rabbi Ariel Marinelli is scared.
“The Governor’s guilt-by-religious-association restrictions have made it impossible for the synagogues to exercise their religious faith.”
“People miss being in shul. Is their family going to miss them when they’re dead? Because that’s what we’re risking here.”
They have been evicted from the UWS hotel. But, as Jews, shouldn’t we embrace the stranger?
The pandemic may once again press pause on the most rewarding part of living in a city: sharing public space, however distantly, with strangers.
“After struggling through a difficult red zone shut down, shopping local has never been more important to us,” says the signs on many Brooklyn shops.
When we got to immigration in Dubai, the welcome we got was incredible. The Emirati officials were ecstatic to see us.
Saeb Erekat leaves behind a complex legacy.