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   New Covid - 19 Policy and Procedures

   Dear Friends,

  To help reduce the spread of the COVID virus at Congregation Beth Ohr, we will be following these policies: 

  • In-person kiddushes following Shabbat morning services are suspended and grab-and-go kiddushes will be the norm.
  • All individuals who wish to attend in-person religious services must have completed a full primary course of the  COVID-19 vaccine and also must have received a booster shot.  The B’nai Mitzvah family is responsible for letting all their guests know of this policy.
  • Social distancing outside of your family or “friend group” will be required, but we will not be making seating plans or placing blue tape on the seats. We request that all B’nai Mitzvah guests sit on a designated side of the sanctuary.
  • Children who have been vaccinated with a primary series may attend in-person services.  Children who are not eligible to be vaccinated, and are members of a celebrating family may enter the sanctuary with proof of a negative rapid in-home test.
  • Properly worn masks will continue to be required at all times inside the building.
  • If you have any type of illness, cough, or fever DO NOT COME TO SERVICES. 
  • Hebrew School will be entirely online through Februry 2nd.

   In addition to the above, we will follow all of the CDC’s guidelines regarding quarantines after exposure and infection.

   We will continue to monitor the situation and consider any other steps that are needed to take to best protect all of us,                   while  doing everything we can to keep a sense of normality.    

  If you want to get vaccinated or get a booster, Nassau County is offering free shots this weekend at Nassau                          Community College.  Please use this link for more information and to register:

  We appreciate and thank you for your ongoing support and understanding during these most challenging days.  If you have          any questions, please let us know.
  Wishing everyone a safe, healthy and good New Year.

  Joseph Weisbord


Wed, January 26 2022 24 Shevat 5782