Rabbi of Young Israel in New Rochelle identified as coronavirus patient
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.