Passover is being marked differently with social distancing

Posted at 5:36 PM, Apr 08, 2020

(WXYZ) — Tonight, a celebration begins for our Jewish neighbors and friends: Passover.

One of the values of Judaism is preserving life. So, since the Coronavirus has forced to us social distance for everyone’s health and safety, most Passover services will be conducted virtually and not in a synagogue.

7 Action News Reporter Andrea Isom shows us how people are coming together and helping each other for the holiday.

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