Coronavirus: Lakewood Shul announces Minyanim will take place outside

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  1. Good idea the 78% Moving patients outdoors to get the Nitrogen that makes up the air we breathe has been used by the Military on returning servicemen since World War I as a curative therapy and is still used by them today. Statistics prove that recovery and prevention rates for a variety of respiratory illnesses significantly improve.

  2. I meant the 78% of Nitrogen makes up the air we breathe has the effect. Air is 78% Nitrogen and 22% Oxygen. Hashem created it that way because too much Oxygen is dangerous. Science shows that sunshine is also anti-viral.

  3. This is not such a smart idea. Being that the weather is so cold it will make people’s immune systems weaker and people can get sick from being outside so long. People that currently have the virus and are not aware of it can also get chas vsholom much worse from breathing in the cold air into the lungs. Best to daven in Shul With proper kavana and just be cautious.

  4. I wanted to do this with my basement Shul and everyone told me not to. Now that I have a precedent, I think I just may do it.
    Weather & congregants permitting, of course.

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