Where can we pray on Rosh Hashana?

IT is still not clear whether services can be held at all for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. And if they are numbers will be strictly limited.

Is there any way services for larger numbers can be held outdoors?

Or failing that can yeshiva bochurim perhaps arrange to lead small services in different locations?

I am also concerned about Succot. I cannot have my own succah and rely on fulfuilling the mitzva by using the one in my shul.

I am wondering what I and others can do this year.

Do readers have any suggestions?

D Simons,

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