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High Holy Days 2021 Covid Safety

Your participation and safety is our priority


It was so wonderful to see the community back together both physically and on Zoom over Rosh Hashanah. We hope that it was a meaningful experience for everyone.

We have worked hard to prioritise participation and safety over the High Holy Days.   Following feedback from the community, we are doing even more to prioritise Covid safety.  We will continue to adopt a cautious approach in our Covid guidelines to ensure we keep all of our community feeling safe and welcome.  This means our guidelines exceed the current government guidelines so please do read the following:

  • Masks should be worn at all times when inside, unless exempt
  • Please be mindful of social distancing
  • Only one bubble at a time in the lifts

If someone in your household has tested positive in the 10 days before Yom Kippur, we would kindly ask you not to attend the service in person and join us on Zoom.

We will be giving people the opportunity to politely let others know if they would like to social distance while sitting in the stands.  We will have signs that people can place next to them to that effect. We ask you to continue to be kind and considerate of everyone’s safety and participation.

Some other points:

  • Hand sanitisers: stations with hand sanitizer will be available at various locations around the building.
  • Cleaning: we will continue to carry out regular and thorough cleaning of all rooms, surfaces and equipment.
  • If you don’t feel well: please stay at home if you are feeling unwell.  The symptoms for Covid can be found on the NHS website, however the list is changing and evolving all the time so please do exercise caution.
  • If you contract Covid after you visit: please will you let the office know as soon as possible.


Fri, 28 January 2022 26 Sh'vat 5782