End of the week Breslov news roundup

End of the week Breslov news roundup

The Breslov Shul in Mea Shearim invited the Ambassador of Belarus to Israel, Mr. Evgeny Vorboyev, to a special visit in the shul as a show of gratitude for his country’s special treatment of the Breslov Chassidim who were there for Rosh Hashanah. The visit began in the main shul with an explanation of the history of the building of the shul and about Rebbe Nachman’s chair. The Ambassador, along with senior Breslov rabbonim of the Shul, also visited Rav Moshe Kramer shlita. (pictures courtesy of Uman Shalom)

New Hachnosas Orchim in Uman – Rav Shayala of Kerestir

A new Hachnosas Orchim has opened up in Uman under the supervision of Rav Yakov Jon and Rav Peretz Krohn. It is located on Belinsky Street 26 on the grounds of Hachnosas Orchim of the Gabbai Family which is very close to the Tzion of Rebbe Nachman. It is open for all visitors to Uman. Two meals are served every day: Breakfast from 10:30 to 11:30 and Dinner from 8 to 9.

 

Lockdown talk and shortening of quarantine in Israel

There is still talk of a full lockdown in Ukraine as we reported earlier this week. It seems now that it will probably start after Chanukah or even later after January 1st. We will update as soon as we know more.

Those returning from Uman to Israel must enter quarantine but baruch hashem it has already been shortened from 14 days to 12 days and it is now down to 10 days according to the new pilot plan. A person will get tested upon arrival to the country and then a day before the tenth day and if the tests are negative then they will be able to leave quarantine on day ten.

 

 

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