Passover 2020 : The Jewish holidays won't be the same this year with the COVID-19 outbeeak

In Monsey New York and in other Jewish communities around the world, Passover will not be the same this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. This year, the Jewish holiday will be less busy than usual.

A Jewish synagogue in Monsey New York
A Jewish synagogue in Monsey New York

"Usually, it is already so busy here thar cars can't even get through," a Jewish man told me in Monsey, New York, "but this year the people won't come out."

Passover is a Jewish holiday where Jews in every Community around the world are celebrating.

This year, Passover starts Wednesday April 8th 2020 until Thursday April 16th 2020.

According to one Jewish website, Passover is a holiday where Jews celebrate the Deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery or in Egypt.

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