An ultra-Orthodox Jewish family wearing masks

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After most of Israel went into isolation, Bnei Brak was slow to adopt the country’s social distancing regulations.

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An ultra-Orthodox Jewish family wearing masks walk on a pavement in Bnei Brak, a town badly affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and which Israel declared a "restricted zone" due to its high rate of infections, near Tel Aviv, Israel, April 5, 2020.

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