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COVID Health and Safety Policies

As our highest priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of all members of the Beth Sholom community, as well as those who visit the Beth Sholom campus for services and other programs.


The following are the revised COVID-19 Health and Safety Policies for all services and other programs held under the auspices of Beth Sholom and are effective January 5, 2022, unless otherwise noted:

  • Proof of receiving a booster vaccination must be provided by people 12 years of age and older by February 1, 2022. Here is the link to the Proof of Booster Shot Registration Form. Please complete one form per person.

  • Proof of complete vaccination (2 shots) must be provided for children ages 5-11 years of age. Here is the link to the Proof of Child Vaccination Registration Form. Please complete one form per person.

  • People 2 years of age and older must wear masks at all times over their noses and mouths, regardless of vaccination status, through the synagogue, administration building, Atrium, and playground.  It is strongly recommended that parents help their child(ren) to wear their mask(s) over their noses and mouths at all times.

  • For those on the bimah, masks may be removed temporarily while speaking, singing, blessing, chanting, or reading.

  • Registration will be required in advance of special occasions and lifecycle events, indoor programs, and services when invited guests will be in attendance and when attendance is anticipated to exceed 75 persons.

  • Food or drink may be served and consumed indoors at functions such as kiddush lunches, morning Minyan breakfast, congregational meals, Board activities, committee and program meetings, etc. Tables and seating will be arranged to encourage social distancing. Boxed food "to go" will be provided.

Beth Sholom will request proof of vaccination from people whose proof has not yet been registered in our database, and will require people to leave campus if proof is not provided.

People who have symptoms of any type of illness should not attend services and other programs in person and are welcome to join through Zoom or livestream when available.


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