Corona Guidelines for Mevaser Zion – Personal Responsibility
We are continuing with Shabbat Tefilot in various minyanim including the Shul, the hall and outside minyanim.
Registration is not required, but places will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
There will be a maximum of 50 people allowed in each Minyan (45 in Shul, 30 in the Hall)
The following rules are for your safety and must be adhered to:
- A facemask must be worn over the mouth and nose at all times (No ‘filter’).
- A 2-meter social distance must always be kept.
- Hand hygiene must be performed on entering and exiting the Shul.
- Gloves may not be worn.
- It is your personal responsibility not to come to Shul if you:
- Have a body temperature of > 38 degrees Celsius.
- Have a cough, cold or shortness of breath.
- Have been exposed to a Coronavirus positive person.
- Are supposed to be in Quarantine.
- Feel unwell
- If a Coronavirus positive person is found to have been in Shul, all present in that Minyan will be quarantined for 14 days.
- Misrad Habriut (Israel Ministry of Health) strongly recommends that ‘at risk’ persons do not come to Shul. If you are uncertain, please consult with your Doctor.
- Each Minyan has a maximum allowable attendance of 50 men and women. (45 in Shul, 30 in the Hall) Registration is not required, but places will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Please do not bring children below the age of Bar/Bat Mitzva who are not davening and with one of their parents at all times
- The building has been cleaned in accordance with Misrad Habriut requirements.
- Entrance to the basement hall is via the external basement doors only. The doors will remain open for those who wish to remain outside in the Sukka area. The internal stairwell between the main entrance and basement is sealed off.
- Permitted seating areas will be clearly marked to allow for required social distancing.
- A maximum of 50 people can attend each minyan (45 in Shul, 30 in the Hall)
- Personal religious items such as Tallitot, Machzorim, Siddurim and Chumashim must be brought from home and may not be passed onto others in the Tefilla.
- Do not accompany or kiss (directly or indirectly with tzitzit or book) the Sefer Torah.
- After the tefilla leave the Shul immediately and do not congregate.
- Do not shake hands, hug or kiss other congregants.
We thank you for your co-operation with these guidelines. It will save lives!