Rabbi Avrohom Klyne, a Lubavitcher teacher from Los Angeles, was released from the hospital Friday after a few weeks stay in the ICU due to COVID-19, and was warmly welcomed home by family and friends.
Rabbi Avrohom Klyne, a Lubavitcher teacher from Los Angeles, was released from the hospital Friday after a few weeks stay in the ICU, where he was listed in serious condition due to COVID-19.
While Rabbi Klyne battled the virus, the Lubavitch community of Los Angeles and many worldwide davened for him, including the thousands who he taught in Yavneh Academy for over thirty years.
On Friday, he was released from the hospital and was welcomed by family, friends and community with cheers, music and dancing upon his return home.
In a facebook post, Rabbi Klyne’s daughter Mrs. Simi Klyne thanked the public for their tefillos and mitzvos in merit of her father.
“I am so filled with gratitude to Hashem and I am thrilled to share that my father came home from the hospital today!! We are so thankful to Hashem and to His messengers of healing, the doctors and nurses of Kaiser Sunset. And of course, thank you to the Rebbe for his constant blessings,” she wrote.
“Thank you to everyone of YOU for your prayers and mitzvot! EACH one of them helped bring my father his miraculous healing,” she wrote.