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COVID Policy

For ALL In-Person Services and Events

In order to preserve the health and safety of our employees, volunteers, congregants, and guests, the Shul has implemented the following COVID-19 Policy for ALL in-person services and events.

The Shul continues to monitor COVID-19 information and recommendations from federal, state, and local authorities. We may make changes to this policy as conditions evolve. We will let you know about changes in a timely manner.
 

REQUIRED:

  • PROOF OF FULL COVID-19 VACCINATION AND ONE BOOSTER SHOT.

    • Proof of Vaccination and Booster may be presented on a state approved app or your official vaccination card (or photocopy). 

​​​​OR

  • PROOF OF A NEGATIVE PCR TEST WITHIN 72 HOURS OF ATTENDING A SERVICE.
     

AND

  • PROOF OF EITHER OF THE ABOVE MUST BE SHOWN EVERY TIME before entering any location where the Shul is holding a service or event. A previous showing of PROOF WILL NOT CARRY OVER TO YOUR NEXT ENTRY.



OPTIONAL:

  • WEARING A MASK THAT COVERS YOUR NOSE AND MOUTH IS OPTIONAL.

  • A MASK-REQUIRED SEATING AREA WILL BE AVAILABLE.
     

ALSO:

  • We strongly recommend that you remain masked with an N-95 or KN-95 mask at all times during services and events.

  • KN-95 masks will be available if you need one.

  • Seating will be distanced.

For your health and the health of those around you, if you test positive for COVID-19 or are experiencing symptoms, please register for and view the service or event on Zoom instead of coming in person.
 

These rules exist to make everyone as safe as possible so we can all celebrate in person with peace of mind. Please be considerate of the health and safety of your fellow congregants.

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