Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.The perennial Passover Seder question – “Why is this night different from all other nights?” – will be replaced in April by “Why is this Passover different from all other Passovers?”The coronavirus, like an unwelcome and uninvited guest reminiscent of the biblical plagues of the Exodus, will force the most-observed annual Jewish ritual experience, the Seder, to be practiced very differently.Social distancing – or the more severe “shelter in place” restrictions – will require a rethinking of the normal pattern of overflowing guest lists for this most quintessential of Jewish home gatherings.RABBI SAM BREGMAN: CORONAVIRUS IS LIKE A BIBLICAL PLAGUE – BUT HARDSHIP BRINGS VISION, CLARITY AND GROWTHThe presence of at-risk populations, including elderly grandparents who normally play a critical leadership and educational role, will have to be weighed carefully in each instance to prevent endangerment.More from OpinionSynagogues normally have a spike in attendance during this season, but by now all have or should have closed their doors to prevent the spread of the virus, and will not reopen before the holiday begins at sundown April 8.Tens of thousands of Jews normally flock to resort locations

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