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COVID GUIDELINES - Updated January 3, 2022

As the pandemic continues to evolve, our congregational lay leadership, staff, and medical advisors are continually working to monitor and update our COVID mitigation strategies. We strive to provide a safe environment, while also enabling congregants to gather and have choices about how they want to engage when they are at the synagogue.

NEW:

Anyone entering the building must be fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated means that, if eligible, the individual has received a booster shot, and if not, they have been fully vaccinated according to CDC guidelines.

Everyone must wear an N95 or surgical mask in the building at all times with the exception of staff when they are alone in their offices.

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At this time, we ask that everyone continue to wear a mask during all indoor activities and to practice social distancing.
We ask that everyone eligible for a vaccine (with exceptions to those with medical and/or age restrictions) be fully vaccinated before joining in services or activities in-person. This does not apply to young children.

Since the weather no longer permits us to be outdoors, all services, programs, and kiddushes will be offered indoors in the safest possible way.  MASKS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES EXCEPT WHEN SEATED AND ACTIVELY EATING OR DRINKING.  This includes morning minyan (on and off  the bima), the kiddush buffet line, the rest rooms, and any other public spaces.  

CHILDREN MUST BE UNDER AN ADULT'S SUPERVISION AT ALL TIMES.

If you are unable to join us in person, or if you feel more comfortable joining us remotely, we welcome and encourage you to join us for our services/events online via Zoom and/or Livestream.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns about these policies.

Thank you for your understanding as we continue to navigate the pandemic and work to keep our services as accessible to as many as possible.

 

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