That’s helpful, so I very much appreciate your response, but it doesn’t completely answer the question.
Based upon what you are saying, the way they were treated would go way beyond merely quarantining them for health reasons.
To be unable to attend a worship ceremony seems something like what I would at least call “marginalization”; but, now, if they couldn’t gain access to the spiritual necessities for their salvation - would their marginalized disposition predispose them to going to hell?
BTW, I’m not really saying it would happen that way. In fact, I don’t even know if there was a hell or a sheol or something… It may even be possible to say people could have still prayed for them in the temple… but it’s unclear to me what was actually the case back then…