Although coronavirus has hit Britain’s Jews disproportionately hard, few of those deaths have been ultra-Orthodox Jews. But with that community late to start social distancing, will Stamford Hill become the next Haredi hot spot?
Jacob Judah is a freelance journalist and student at the London School of Economics. Twitter: @Jacob_Judah
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