“In general, the situation is controlled. 21 reports are registered on the stay of Hasidim pilgrims. There are two opened criminal proceedings tied with the sale of substances similar to drugs. Besides, there are two administrative protocols, based on which the decision will be made on deportation from Ukraine with the ban for the entrance of some Hasidim who committed offenses in the territory of Uman,” the police stated.
As we reported, the first cases of coronavirus infection were recorded among Hasidic pilgrims who came to celebrate Rosh Hashanah in Uman.
The Breslov arrive in Uman every year for the celebration of the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah. They come from Israel, the US, Canada, Western Europe, and other countries. This year, Rosh Hashanah was celebrated on September 6-8; you can read more about it HERE.