What does Jewish law and tradition teach about protecting individuals and communities during a pandemic? Rabbi Michael Broyde explains why religious communities should be treated fairly under quarantine restrictions, why religious practitioners shouldn’t disobey public health orders – even for pious reasons – and what role medical and public health experts should play in regulating religious observances. For similar topics visit our Covid series at https://canopyforum.org/covid-19/. And see more from Rabbi Michael Broyde's at www.broydeblog.net.
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