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Safety & Security Task Force Update

Happy New Year! We hope this message finds everyone well. With the recent surge of Omicron cases, the Safety & Security Task Force met last night to update our policies based on the current findings:

  • A reminder to stay home if you are NOT feeling well. 
  • New masking requirements: Everyone ages 2+ must wear a surgical mask or N95/KN95. Cloth masks are no longer acceptable.
  • Masks must be worn at ALL times upon entering the property. This includes the parking lot. 
  • Honorees being called to the bimah must ALSO wear their masks at all times. The only OPTIONAL exception to this rule is the B’nai Mitzvah student(s) and their parents, if and only if they take the extra step of a rapid antigen test Thursday night prior to their simcha.  
  • Indoor/outdoor food service has been temporarily suspended at all events/programs/services. To-go bags will be available during this time. 
  • Capacity limit remains at 120. However, social distancing will be further implemented by keeping the door open between the social hall and sanctuary to ensure proper, further distancing. 
  • Vaccination and negative PCR test requirements remain the same. You must show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of attending.
  • In order to be present at services, you must RSVP in advance using the weekly online link provided. 

We strongly believe in striking a good balance between keeping everyone safe while continuing to provide quality programming, events, and services, both in-person and online through various streaming sources. Keeping our community connected safely during this challenging time is our utmost priority. These measures are TEMPORARY while we continue to monitor health, safety, and connections.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Executive Director at beryl@pjtc.net.

Thank You,

Michele Masjedi

VP Management on behalf of the Safety & Security Task Force

Thu, January 20 2022 18 Shevat 5782