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COVID Safety Protocols

Updated September 2023

We are aware that there is renewed concern about Covid. SAJ has consulted with our medical team and confirmed the following guidelines for Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur 2023/5784: 

  • Masking is optional and encouraged in all spaces at SAJ. If masking is your practice or would make you feel at ease, please mask. SAJ will provide KN95 masks in the lobby.
  • If you have tested positive for Covid, please stay at home and join us by Zoom.
  • If you feel ill with a cough, fever or other flu-like symptoms, you should stay home regardless of the cause.
  • A Covid exposure does not mean that you need to stay home. However, if you start developing symptoms, you should stay home as a precaution.
  • If you have been exposed to someone with COVID and you have no symptoms, you can attend services at SAJ.
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