Our New Guidelines for Those Who Test Positive with Covid-19
If you have tested positive with Covid-19 and plan to participate in our Shabbat Services, you must return according to the guidelines below:
According to the Riverside County Disease Control - If anyone were to test positive in order to return the following must apply before they return:
1. 3 full days without a fever
- without meds such as Tylenol, Motrin or any other fever reducing aids.
2. No respiratory illness such as - shortness of breath, coughing or sore throat.
3. Must be symptom free for 10 days since the time when the symptoms first appeared
Here are Our Original Guidelines
We are now open for “In Person” services at Beth Shalom. We will adhere to the current CDC requirements for faith-based services, so please be aware that the following guidelines will be in effect until the guidelines change:
Facemasks are strongly recommended but not mandatory
Staff, volunteers and congregants will be screened for temperature and other symptoms before entering – so please stay home if you are not feeling well and seek medical advice if need be.
In door seating will be limited and spaced out, so first come first served. Everybody will be seated by a shamashim (usher) We will use our outdoor patio/oneg area as an overflow once the sanctuary is filled to its limited capacity. Doors will be open for proper airflow. Families will be seated together and others will be spaced out accordingly.
Children’s Shabbat School classes will resume outdoors. If a parent opts out of their child participating in the class, they must remain with the parent(s) at all times.
Restroom usage – Everyone is encouraged to wash their hands after using the restrooms.
No Oneg until further notice. For those with medical needs such as diabetes or other related illnesses, please bring your own snacks and medication.
Afternoon classes – on hold until further notice
We will continue our online services on our Beth Shalom Congregation Facebook page
Trust and know that G-d is with us, and that he will help us through this pandemic. We appreciate a lot of grace and understanding as we navigate through this new season of community.