Assistant principal of yeshiva on Nassau-Queens border tests positive for coronavirusPosted: Updated:
The assistant principal of a yeshiva on the Nassau-Queens border has tested positive for coronavirus.
According to the New York Post, Yeshiva Har Torah in Little Neck canceled classes after Rabbi Etan Ehrenfeld contracted the virus.
School officials are now advising anyone who came within "six feet" of the rabbi in recent days to quarantine themselves and consult a doctor.
The school says Ehrenfeld is suffering from mild symptoms and is quarantined.
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