Rabbi of Young Israel in New Rochelle identified as coronavirus patient

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The rabbi of Young Israel in New Rochelle has been identified as one of New York's 22 coronavirus patients, according to a tweet by Yeshiva University.

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Rabbi Reuven Fink teaches two undergraduate classes at the university's Washington Heights campus.

He has been in self-quarantine after being in contact with a congregant who had previously tested positive for coronavirus.

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 The school recommended, as a precautionary measure, for people to self-quarantine until further notice.

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