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# Many are lenient to join in a [[Siyum Masechet]] and to hear the end of the Masechet and the Siyum and then join for the Seudat Mitzvah and break the fast the rest of the day. <ref>Yalkut Yosef, 470:16, Mishna Brurah 470:10, Piskei Teshuvot 470:6, 8 based on Igrot Moshe 4:49, Maharsham 215, Ben Ish Chai Tzav 25, Kaf Hachayim 470:10 and Aruch HaShulchan 470:5</ref>  
 
# Many are lenient to join in a [[Siyum Masechet]] and to hear the end of the Masechet and the Siyum and then join for the Seudat Mitzvah and break the fast the rest of the day. <ref>Yalkut Yosef, 470:16, Mishna Brurah 470:10, Piskei Teshuvot 470:6, 8 based on Igrot Moshe 4:49, Maharsham 215, Ben Ish Chai Tzav 25, Kaf Hachayim 470:10 and Aruch HaShulchan 470:5</ref>  
 
# Some say that it’s critical to understand the last piece of Gemara to join for the Siyum, however, the minhag is to be lenient in any circumstance. <Ref>Piskei Teshuvot 470:10 </ref> Some say that one only has to participate in some of the learning, maybe by hearing the rabbi speaks words of mussar. <ref> [http://www.dailyhalacha.com/Display.asp?ClipDate=3/20/2013 Rabbi Eli Mansour Dailyhalacha] </ref>
 
# Some say that it’s critical to understand the last piece of Gemara to join for the Siyum, however, the minhag is to be lenient in any circumstance. <Ref>Piskei Teshuvot 470:10 </ref> Some say that one only has to participate in some of the learning, maybe by hearing the rabbi speaks words of mussar. <ref> [http://www.dailyhalacha.com/Display.asp?ClipDate=3/20/2013 Rabbi Eli Mansour Dailyhalacha] </ref>

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Regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic, see Halachot_Related_to_Coronavirus, Taanit_Bechorot

  1. Many are lenient to join in a Siyum Masechet and to hear the end of the Masechet and the Siyum and then join for the Seudat Mitzvah and break the fast the rest of the day. [1]
  2. Some say that it’s critical to understand the last piece of Gemara to join for the Siyum, however, the minhag is to be lenient in any circumstance. [2] Some say that one only has to participate in some of the learning, maybe by hearing the rabbi speaks words of mussar. [3]
  3. Preferably, after hearing the Siyum one should eat a KeBaytzah of Mezonot or bread as a meal for the Siyum. Some are lenient and allow one to break the fast after hearing a Siyum without eating there. [4]
  4. If a woman finishes a complete masechet she still cannot absolve the first borns from the fast. [5]
  5. Since someone within the seven-day mourning period may not attend such a celebration, he wouldhave to fast Taanit Bechorot. If he is weak and fasting through the day would adversely affect his ability to perform the mitzvot of the seder night, he may redeem himself from the fast by giving some money to charity.[6]
    1. Yalkut Yosef, 470:16, Mishna Brurah 470:10, Piskei Teshuvot 470:6, 8 based on Igrot Moshe 4:49, Maharsham 215, Ben Ish Chai Tzav 25, Kaf Hachayim 470:10 and Aruch HaShulchan 470:5
    2. Piskei Teshuvot 470:10
    3. Rabbi Eli Mansour Dailyhalacha
    4. Piskei Teshuvot 470:11, Halichot Shlomo 8:1
    5. Rabbi Eli Mansour Dailyhalacha
    6. Yalkut Yosef 470:24