Rabbi Weiner and the office staff will be working their regular hours remotely, answering phone messages and email.
For all the latest Coronavirus information and recommendations from the CDC please click on this link: CDC.gov
Covid-19 Safety Protocols and Guidelines – JCCP/CBT
The JCCP/CBT is committed to protecting the health, welfare and safety of all of our members. Everyone is required to follow the guidelines of the CDC, local and state health organizations and our health-related procedures while on synagogue property. These guidelines are mandatory and subject to change at any time.
YOU ARE PROHIBITED FROM ENTERING THE SYNAGOGUE IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THESE:
COVID-19 OR EXPOSURE TO SOMEONE WITH COVID-19 IN THE LAST 14 DAYS
FEVER GREATER THAN 99.9 F
COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, OR DIFFICULTY BREATHING
SORE THROAT, CONGESTION OR RUNNY NOSE
CHILLS, NAUSEA, VOMITING OR DIARRHEA
FATIGUE, HEADACHES OR MUSCLE PAIN
RECENTLY TRAVELED TO OR FROM A STATE LISTED UNDER RESTRICTED TRAVEL WITHIN THE LAST 14 DAYS
When entering the synagogue, the following are required:
Masks must be worn at all times that cover your nose and mouth. If you do not have a mask, we can provide one.
Upon entry, health screening questions will be asked and temperature taken.
Sanitizing hands is required upon entry.
Follow the directional arrows located on the floor throughout the synagogue. Please note that the coat room will be locked.
Sit in designated seats only.
Maintain social distancing – 6 feet or more.
If you are davening or singing, please do so at a very low volume (whisper level).
Only one person is permitted to use the bathroom at a time. Please use the “occupied” sign to indicate that the bathroom is in use. Reverse the sign to “vacant” upon exit.
Do not congregate at any time while on synagogue property.
Please note that you may be denied entry to the building by the security team based on the health screening or asked to leave due to non-compliance of these rules.
Remember—We are all in this together. Let’s help stop the spread of Covid-19.