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Based on the latest updated guidance from the CDC, the improving situation in Harris County and in consultation with medical advisors, we are updating our COVID-19 protocols.
 
Beginning Tuesday March 1st, masks are now optional indoors at Congregation Brith Shalom. Of course, congregants who feel more comfortable wearing a mask are welcome to continue.

As of April 1st, 2022, the religious school is also now mask-optional.
 
Consistent with our policies to date, all congregants and visitors to Brith Shalom are expected to be vaccinated. If you are not vaccinated, please stay at home and participate with us virtually. Those who are medically ineligible to vaccinate, including those under the age of 5, are exempt from this policy.

For Shabbat services, we will maintain a section for congregants who would like or need to stay socially distant and masked. Congregants who are up-to-date with vaccinations and are immunocompromised or have underlying medical conditions may not be fully protected by the vaccine. Note that well-fitted N95 or KN95 masks have been shown to provide additional protection. For your safety, please consult your physician for guidance before attending in-person services and events.

If you are experiencing any COVID symptoms, test positive for COVID, or have been recently exposed to COVID, please stay at home and participate virtually.

Thank you for your patience as we navigate the evolving medical recommendations together. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.

We are excited that we are now able to take this next step forward in re-gathering our community. We look forward to seeing you back at Brith Shalom in the weeks and months to come.

Warmly,

Jonah Paransky, President
Melissa Magenheim, Executive Director

Sun, October 2 2022 7 Tishrei 5783