NEW YORK (TBEN) – There’s an update on an important Hasidic wedding that is expected to draw thousands to Brooklyn on Monday.
On Friday night, the city’s sheriff’s service ordered a Williamsburg congregation to cancel or postpone the wedding if it is not limited to 50 people.
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According to flyers obtained by TBEN, Satmer Grand Rebbe’s grandson Zalman Leib Teitlebaum is expected to marry.
The city and state fear this could lead to a further rise in coronavirus infection rates if social distancing orders are not followed.
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