Continuing the content of the preceding section, the fifth section of the Book of Leviticus opens with the rituals that someone who was afflicted with tzara’at (Metzora, in Hebrew) must undergo in order to be allowed into the Tabernacle again. It then describes how tzara’at can appear on buildings and how affected buildings are purified from it. Finally, it discusses the various forms of ritual defilement that result from certain bodily discharges.