Tevilas Keilim during the coronavirus
As things look, it seems we may need to be making Pesach at home this year. Since Mikvaos are closed, how can we go about doing tevilas kelim for the new utensils we buy?
For the time being, if there are no places available to tovel keilim, one can give to a non Jew and then borrow it from them. This exempts the dishes from tevilah for the time being. This is not a solution long-term. After such time that it becomes possible to immerse the dishes, one should do so without a blessing.
ראה שו״ע אדה״ז שכג, ח.
Giving the item to a non-Jew is as simple as having the non-Jew lift the item. If this is not possible one can use this form to transform ownership to a non-Jew for a 30 day period, but it is best not to rely on this option for several reasons.