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Diary of a Day-School Mom: Even isolation is relative

The Forward - 36 min 52 sec ago
The lack of clutter was nice, but the lack of company made me feel crazed. I was lonely.

As coronavirus spreads in N.Y., these U.S.-Jewish communities pray they're not next

Haaretz - 47 min 21 sec ago
Chicago, Boston, Miami and Washington have been identified as potential COVID-19 hot spots. All are hoping they can avoid the fate of New York’s Orthodox community

Israel's ultra-Orthodox Jews face coronavirus devastation. They need face masks

Haaretz - 1 hour 21 min ago
COVID-19 is spreading wildly through a Haredi community ill-equipped to understand the nature of the threat. Simple homemade face masks heighten awareness - and could help flatten a frightening curve

‘Our hearts are dying’: The Palestinian doctor at the epicenter of Italy’s coronavirus catastrophe

Haaretz - 1 hour 50 min ago
Anesthesiologist Talal Soufan is on the front line against the pandemic in the world’s hardest hit region, and has an urgent message for his compatriots back home in the West Bank

Saudi king offers to pay for coronavirus patients' treatment

Haaretz - 2 hours 45 min ago
The kingdom has registered eight deaths among 1,453 infections, the highest among the six Gulf Arab states

Kaddish for Krzysztof Penderecki — a Christian composer with a Jewish soul

The Forward - 2 hours 55 min ago
Krzysztof Penderecki, a Polish composer, witnessed the war crimes of German occupiers during World War II.
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