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Updated September 1, 2022

Our Jewish values instruct us to protect our own health as well as the health and safety of those around us. As a way of living these values, we strongly encourage you to be fully vaccinated and boosted, and to wear a mask.

In light recent developments, guidance from the CDC, as well as consultation with Beth El’s Health and Safety Committee, our COVID policy for the entire Beth El community (including SULAM) as of September 1, 2022, is as follows:

  • ​​​​​​​Masks and vaccines are encouraged. Masks will only be required in certain circumstances as outlined below.
  • If you experience any new or unexplained symptoms, please stay home, regardless of test results.
  • If you experience any respiratory symptoms as part of a chronic or otherwise explainable condition, please wear a well-fitting mask.
  • Following a COVID exposure or positive test results, follow the quarantine and/or masking guidelines of the CDC and WHPS.

Thank you for doing your part to care for each other. We will continue to reevaluate this policy and notify you of any updates.

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. You'll find all our links here.

Fri, September 22 2023 7 Tishrei 5784