As the world continues to contend with devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic, including the tragic loss of life, the Tzohar rabbinical organization has set up a hotline to help families deal with "end of life" ethical and halachic issues. Tzohar, which is known for providing a wide variety of religious and social support services for Jewish communities in Israel and around the world, has set up a hotline, known as "Until 120," that will be staffed by trained rabbis and social workers 24 hours a day, six days a week. People can call the hotline to receive guidance in English and Hebrew on a wide variety of questions that can come up as a loved one reaches the end of life, a relevant need long beyond the current health crisis. KAN reporter Naomi Segal heard more about the initiative from Rabbi Yuval Cherlow, rabbinic director of the program and director of the Tzohar Center for Jewish Ethics.