By COLlive reporter
Rabbi Levi Goldstein, a beloved educator, was discharged from the Specialty Hospital of Central Jersey on Wednesday after a long battle with coronavirus.
He was one of the first residents to be infected by the virus following the holiday of Purim and has been on a ventilator for many weeks at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY.
Tehillim was said for him around the world as his situation turned critical on more than one occasion.
Grateful family members were present as left the hospital with the help of a walker. He was greeted with joyful music as he returned home.
Addressing his family, Rabbi Goldstein had a special request:
“I’d like to ask in the merit of myself and all the people that need a special Yeshua,” he said. “Everyone should take upon themselves one extra thing in Yiddishkeit that they are going to do. It doesn’t matter what, that becomes a keli – vessel for Hashem’s brachos.”
VIDEO: Message from Rabbi Goldstein