The devastating effects of COVID-19 that have ravaged Western Europe and now the United States have so far spared certain Jewish communities in Eastern Europe, even as it now has Russia in its crosshairs.
Jewish day schools were quick to pivot from a traditional in-class setting to online classrooms, and as the academic year winds down, they are taking stock of where they stand, what they have accomplished and how to move ahead in a COVID-19 world.
Greece and Cyprus to be the first points of destination, but the move will be “contingent on what happens in terms of the numbers of the epidemic,” says the Israeli prime minister.
Volunteers cook up initiatives to say thanks, help needy
Vendors and residents looked at us like we’re from Mars