Hassidic of Montreal, a Jewish Passover in confinement. Initially reluctant to observe containment measures, the Hassidic community resolved not to gather to celebrate the Jewish Passover, one of the most important holidays of the year, which takes place from April 8 to 16, 2020. Note that the Montreal neighborhood of Outremont, where the Hassidic community lives, is the most affected in Montreal by COVID-19. – David Himbert / Hans Lucas
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