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10 commandments & Dairy Buffet

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  • 1. No physical contact with one another.

    2. Anyone who has had the following new symptoms within the last 14 days must stay at home: a cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat or loss of taste or smell. 

    3. Masks must be worn by all besides the rabbi who will be at least 10 feet away from the congregation while leading the service. 

    4. Disinfect hands frequently.

    5. Avoid touching your face.

    6. Those over 60, who are in a nursing home, have a lung disease, are immunosuppressed, obese, have diabetes, or kidney or liver disease, should maintain enhanced vigilance and seek counsel of their doctors if they are permitted to attend. 

    7. Minyan will be held outdoors with 8 feet between seats. 

    8. Recommended that you use the restrooms before coming to Shul. 

    9. If you have traveled from Louisiana, NY, NJ or CT or have come in contact with someone who had COVID-19 in the last 14 days - even if you are not showing symptoms - please wait the 14 days before joining for a service. 

    10. Children who will not keep social distancing, should not attend services. 

    11. For reading of the Torah: the Torah will not be taken around for kissing, there will not be anyone called for Aliyos and no one will stand by the Bimah besides from the one reading the Torah. (The only exception will be the lifting and dressing of the Torah - where it cannot be done from a distance). 

    12. If 2 services are held within a close time to each other, the prayer books and chairs should be disinfected. 

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