The son explained that the rabbi wanted to inform the general public about new instructions following the spread of the virus during this period. First thing quickly understand the rabbi’s reference to the virus: this flu is much more contagious than any other flu. And as for danger, for those who do not have a weak immune system and for those who do not have a problem with the respiratory system and vascular system, there is no more significant danger here than the flu. In general, the son explained, the rabbi says that this situation should stimulate each and every one to become stronger in the things he knows are loose in him.
Regarding general behavior, the Rebbe’s son detailed a series of instructions: The words were transcribed by Simcha Blutnik from the recording on the Chassidut line.
A. You can leave the house even if it is not to speak a mitzvah, but one should avoid holding a gathering or close conversation between a group of people if it is not to speak a mitzvah, unless one maintains a distance of close to a meter between one and the other.
B. Studying in a group of people in a day-to-day setting, such as including, it is a priority to disperse the people, and if it is not possible to disperse then it can be carried out as usual. But in any case do not sit crowded, let there be some space between each other.
third. As for studying in a group that is not in a daily setting, then yes one should profit as much as possible, as far as it does not come at the expense of Torah study.
D. The gathering for ShaleshSaudes (third meal) and for Kiddush in the stable: 1. Let it be spacious. 2. That it will be some kind of space between one and the other. 3. Let them wash their hands well first.
God. Gathering in joys: The joys should be celebrated with the people who need joy and no more. And be spaced in such a way that there is a space between one and the other.
and. Regarding dances: 1. Be spacious. 2. Hand disinfection. 3. Go with a mask.
P. Regarding the prayers in Stiblach: that everyone will find his own corner, and not be overcrowded. If it is necessary for this to divide the quorum it should be divided into two quorums.
H. You can wish “Mazal Tov” and “Shalom Aleichem” by giving a hand.
ninth. To go to the mikveh: A. Efforts should be made to avoid contact with the surfaces, including contact with the clothes on the surfaces. B’. Disinfect hands when leaving the mikveh. third’. Strive to maintain distance in the mikveh as at any gathering.
. Those who work with strangers, such as a driver, or consultant and the like, can continue to work and maintain a distance of close to a meter from strangers. And if it is not possible to at least keep a distance of is, with wearing a mask. And if there is contact with the hands, hands should be disinfected afterwards.
These are all instructions regarding general behavior. Regarding holding Shabbats together, families together: (excluding people included in a risk group).
A. It is possible to hold a Shabbat for up to 50 people including children (not including babies).
B. At meals each family will sit separately, in a way that will be a distance between family and family, close to a meter.
third. In sleep, that each family will sleep in a separate room.
D. Those who deal in food should wash their hands and face well before touching food.