Rabbi Moishe Chanowitz will blow the shofar on the border between French St Martin and Dutch Sint Maarten in the Caribbean.
"Latin America and the Caribbean must be part of the digital future," Vice President for Sectors and Knowledge at IDB Ana Maria Rodriguez said.
While the virus has mostly been contained in the Caribbean, reopening airports and cruise ports remain a thorny matter as countries try to figure out how to balance lives with livelihoods.
Across the Caribbean, similar scenes of desolation are playing out as the most tourism-dependent region in the world reels from a pandemic.
The current modest Aruban Jewish community entails 120 full-time residents, timeshare holders, cruise ship tourists and visitors from all over the world.
At the time, there were flourishing Jewish communities in the Caribbean, particularly in areas under Dutch and English control.