Attached is last year’s Divrei Siach with Divrei Torah from Rav Chaim Kanievsky on Pesach. Note that the halachah section does not reflect this year’s unique situation.
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– Locations where Chametz is kept
– List of new Peasch utensils and silverware that were not yet Toveled in a Mikveh. (You can use these
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by Rabbi Yaakov Klass
Question: In light of the current Covid19 pandemic is it possible to address the preparations one need undertake to provide for one’s kosher and healthy Pesach.
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Q. Usually I go to a hotel for Pesach and perform a mechiras chametz on my entire home. As such, I usually don’t clean my house for Pesach. This year that I will be staying home, I seek guidance how much I must clean my house to rid it of chametz. Please advise.
A. You must clean in a way that you rid your house of any chametz that is approximately the size of a cheerio or greater, so that you shouldn’t come to mistakenly eat chametz on Pesach. Use your common sense where such chametz may be found. For example, you may likely expect chametz to be found under the pedestal of your dining room table, in pockets or pocketbooks, in the crevises of your couch, or in your baby’s carriage. After performing your best efforts of cleaning, the remaining chametz will be covered by your bittul and/or mechiras chametz. [...Click headline above for more...]