The Rebbe of Pittsburgh will be laid to rest in the Ashdod cemetery

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The police are preparing with increased forces for the funeral procession of the Rebbe of Pittsburgh, who died last night (Monday) from Corona, and is expected to begin at 1:00 PM. MDA said they are expected to accompany the funeral procession as well.

Police have made it clear that all stages of the funeral are expected to be conducted under emergency restrictions and that the public is being asked to reduce its attendance. All participants in the funeral are obligated to wear a mask along its entire length and to maintain a safe distance. From 12:00 until the end of the funeral, Moshe Sneh Street will be closed in the city. Drivers are asked to choose alternative routes, and to be updated on the Waze app and the police information center at 110.

MDA MDA-Hatzalah’s deputy director, Meir Ashkenazi, said ahead of the funeral: “In light of the existing corona restrictions, the many escorts will be deployed along the leading streets from the Pittsburgh Hassidic beit midrash to the cemetery. And on the health of the participants in the journey. “

Corona video for the ultra-Orthodox sector, credit: Ministry of Health

MK Yinon Azulai paid tribute to the Rebbe and said: “Wrapped in grief and sorrow over the great rift in his departure in a storm to the chambers of the Rebbe of Pittsburgh. The people of Israel in general and the residents of Ashdod in particular have lost a leader who throughout his life was the late Rebbe, a beacon of closeness to their Father in heaven and all with a bright face.

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