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Every year, at Passover Seders around the globe, the question is asked: Why is this night different from all other nights?

This year, that was an especially relevant question. For many of those who celebrate, Seder this year was a much smaller affair, spent only with those in one’s own residence. For some, it was a virtual affair, with Zooms and Google Hangouts allowing family and friends to come together from around the world.

But while COVID-19 made certain elements of Passover different, foods and other family traditions endured. A few of our community members shared photos with us of how they are celebrating this year, which we present in the slideshow below.