BARON HIRSCH

 

BASIC PROTOCOL FOR MINYAN

Last Revised – March 15, 2021

 

RECENT CHANGES

You can help us by signing up for Shabbat and holidays each week by Thursday evening at 10PM, allowing us to properly plan for the number of services which are needed.

All morning services now begin with Psuke D’zimra.

Those who have recently traveled may now attend both indoor and outdoor services.

 

WHAT TO KNOW

All attendees must pre-register at baronhirsch.org/minyansignup.

Everyone must wear a mask over mouth & nose the entire time.

Everyone is asked to leave immediately following services. No congregating following minyan.

All protocols are subject to change based on local conditions and adherence to the rules.

 

NOTES THAT APPLY TO ALL MINYANIM

Sit only where directed, and only stand in front of your seat.

You may only sit next to people in your own household.

Please do not wander or approach others during the service.

 

WHO MAY ATTEND

Minyan is open to men & women, with maximum attendance listed for each minyan.

Parents may bring children who are in 1st grade or above provided they: 1) adhere to all rules and 2) arrive with a parent and remain next to the parent for the entire service.

No one with any symptoms other than known allergies may attend, even if saying kaddish

 

COVID 19 POLICIES

If you tested positive for COVID-19: - You may not attend until you have been symptom/fever free for 14 days, and then had a negative test.

If you had exposure contact (as defined by CDC) with someone who tested positive: - You may not attend until you either 1) had a negative test which was taken at least 7 days following contact or 2) have been symptom and fever free for 14 days since the contact.

If you think you may have had COVID-19 (but were not tested): - You may not attend until at least 14 days after symptoms resolved.