Muslim Communities and Imams Sustain Ramadan Traditions, at a Distance

As holy month arrives mid-quarantine, some arrange virtual get-togethers so others aren’t fasting and feasting alone

In cities around the world, balcony singing, workouts and other improvised events can fill the silence of empty streets. Here's how developing creative ways to connect with others is helping some people cope with coronavirus quarantines. Photo: Alberico/Fotogramma/Ropi/Zuma Press

With Ramadan beginning this week, Sarah Farid-Chaudhry is planning for what she has termed “e-iftars.”

28365365体育投注The clinical nutritionist and her husband want to replicate, as best they can amid the coronavirus pandemic, the communal dinners that mark the breaking of the fast after sunset each day during Islam’s holy month of Ramadan.

Ms. Farid-Chaudhry,...