Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Chag Pesach kasher vesame’ach

To those alone during this situation, my condolences. May next year be in Jersusalem with your families. May we get back to safe normal social conditions sooner...say maybe in a few weeks (obviously the lifting of restrictions will be gradual and subject to local conditions).   

And to those who got sick and died during this, my prayers and condolences to their families. Fortunately about 98% of people who get this disease recover. We thank our doctors, nurses, emergency responders and those on the front lines of keeping us healthy. We want to protect the vulnerable and we want to make sure we do not destroy people's livelihoods in the process of doing so. Prayer is good. All people of faith should be praying this week.  

TOM: COVID-19: The Fight Against Fear

The Lid: A Passover Message of Hope and Freedom

Mark Steyn: Downing Street Down and Pandemic Passover

American Spectator: Why is this night different from other nights? and Covid-19 and Statistical Stupidity

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