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Health & Safety Update 

As we continue to navigate through the Covid-19 pandemic, we remain committed to the health and well-being of our members, community, and the world at large.

We believe that upholding this commitment begins by taking the recommendations made by public health organizations as well as our own Doctors of B’nai Amoona (DOBA) Committee to heart and adjusting our health and safety protocols as needed.

It is with this in mind, that we have once again updated our Health and Wellness Protocols to include the following:

Effective January 8, 2022:

● Individuals 5 years and older must be fully vaccinated to attend activities at B'nai Amoona. Fully vaccinated includes proof of two vaccines with a booster shot after
5-6 months. Individuals who received the Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) vaccine must have an additional shot 5-6 months after the original was given. -OR-
● Unvaccinated individuals can bring proof of a negative Covid-19 test result administered within the preceding twenty-four hours. We will accept a negative PCR, antigen or rapid Covid-19 test result. In the event that you are unable to take a PCR, antigen or rapid test due to being asymptomatic, we ask that you take an at-home test and take a photo of the negative test result.
● Individuals two and older, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask while on the B’nai Amoona campus.
● During Kiddush and when there are other opportunities to eat, we ask that you wear your mask except when seated and eating.
● We ask that you maintain a minimum social distance of six feet from anyone outside of your pod.

When To Stay Home:
● If you have any symptoms at all.
● If you have been diagnosed with a positive Covid-19 result. Please quarantine for a minimum of 5 days and if your symptoms have subsided, wear a mask for an
additional 5 days if going out.

● If you have been exposed to anyone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19. Please quarantine for 3-5 days if you are fully vaccinated or 5-7 days if you are not
fully vaccinated before taking a Covid-19 test. Once you have a negative test result, you may attend activities at B'nai Amoona.
● You are welcome to stream services or Zoom in (if your service or class is being Zoomed) and we hope you feel better soon.

We are happy to continue to offer both in-person and virtual ways to connect with one another and appreciate your cooperation and understanding.
Along with our DOBA Committee, we value the input of our Kehillah and welcome your feedback and any questions you have.

Todah Rabbah,
Jeff Singer, President

Current Mask and Distancing Guidelines

Wed, January 26 2022 24 Shevat 5782