Brooklyn Borough Hall office released a complete update on Coronavirus (COVID-19), with up to date information, as well as city and state rules and reliefs enacted for the people of New York City.
Daily Archives: April 6, 2020
A teacher from United Lubavitcher Yeshiva in Crown Heights thanks the Yeshivos and Mosdos of the community for their tremendous backing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
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Price: $949,000. Negotiable
Its a thank you from the heart. A group of Crown Heights residents came together to thank the volunteers of Crown Heights Hatzalah with a billboard on Kingston Ave. The sign, on the Kingston Ave bus stop near Montgomery Street, thanks the volunteers for their unwavering dedication, courage, and sacrifice during these trying times.
A letter released by the Crown Heights Beis Din Monday set halachik guidelines for Pesach related to COVID-19 outbreak in the community. Extending the ban on Minyanim, closing shuls, and making burning Chometz in groups prohibited.
Chevra Hatzalah, the central Hatzalah organization for New York City and the upstate area, has released a community advisory regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. The organization thanks the community for their continued cooperation in fighting this virus, but warns against becoming complacent, a resurgence could be deadly.
Reports from across the world are emerging that suggest that the tests people are placing so much stock in are not nearly as reliable as we would like to believe.
With great sadness we report the untimely passing of Shloimy Jacobson OBM. He passed away on Monday, the 12th of Nissan, 5780.
Recently, the Unity Torah Committee launched a brand-new platform to streamline the acquisition of the Unity Letters. The Unity Sefer Torah was an initiative begun by the Rebbe to have each Jewish person take part in writing a Sefer Torah.
The Israeli government is preparing to impose new restrictions on Israeli residents in preparation for the Seder night due to concerns that the traditional family gathering could lead to a spike in coronavirus cases.
From the Safer Haminhagim: Every day from Rosh Chodesh Nissan until the twelfth of the month, one reads the passage that describes the offering brought on that day by a particular Nasi, or tribal prince, for the dedication of the altar of the Mishkan. Yehi Ratzon in the Extended Article.
A group of yungerlight noticed the incredible Achdus that has permeated the Crown Heights Jewish community as it battles the coronavirus plague, and decided to capitalize on it for the good with a Pan Kloli.
With great sadness we report the passing of R’ Benzion Eliezer Hackner OBM from London ENgland. He passed away this morning, the 12th of Nissan, 5780, after a short illness.
With unmatched clarity, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Kaplan explains each pasuk of the Rebbe’s new Kapital, bringing us countless layers of both nigleh and nistar, and helping us appreciate the relevance to our own day and time.
Tesla is all the rage. The future of cars, innovation, and now ventilators. Owner Ilan Musk had ordered that the Tesla factories begin making ventilators to fill the dire need across the United States. Watch the engineers as they showcase their prototypes for the new Tesla ventilators.
Today, on the Rebbe’s 118th birthday, 118 Jewish men in Cape Town answered the Rebbe’s call and joined together in laying Tefilin and saying the Shema, and with many of them committing to laying Tefilin every day for the duration of the National Lockdown in South Africa, and a few even taking on to actually start putting on every day.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to lock down much of New York City, the Mitzvah Tank Organization came upon an ingenious method of continuing the tradition of a Mitzvah Tank Parade, all while following the COVID-19 guidelines.