CBST requires all attendees to all programs and services to be fully vaccinated.*
*CBST's definition of fully vaccinated means you have received either 1 and 2 doses of Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna plus a booster dose; or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson plus a booster dose.
New Door Policy for Services and Events
Updated Tuesday, May 5, 2022
In our ongoing effort to keep the community safe while making entry to services and programs as simple as possible, we have updated our procedures.
We will have a list at the door of all community members who have submitted proof of complete vaccination. If you plan to attend services or programs in person and have not yet submitted your proof, please click here to do so. If you’re on this list, you don’t need to show proof of vaccination or sign in. Just give your name at the door. Anyone not on the list needs to show proof of vaccination and sign in with contact information. If we are informed of a potential exposure at a service or program, we will send a notice to everyone on the list and all those who have signed in individually for the event in question.
By entering the building for services, you are attesting that you have been completely vaccinated (including booster if eligible), will wear a mask as required, have not been diagnosed with or exposed to Covid, and will inform the synagogue if you test positive for Covid after attending services or other programs. Full attestation can be read below and is posted at the entrance to the synagogue.
As I enter the CBST building, I attest to the following:
- I have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including a booster dose (if eligible).
- I have not been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 10 days; nor have I been symptomatic with: fever of 100.4F (38C) or higher, chills, new loss of taste or smell, cough, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, difficulty breathing, muscle/body aches, or persistent headache. If the answer is yes, and you would like to discuss your eligibility to attend services, please contact the CBST office at firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will contact you.*
- I have not been exposed to anyone with known/possible COVID-19, in the past 10 days, for more than 15 minutes while less than 6 feet apart. If the answer is yes, and you would like to discuss your eligibility to attend services, please contact the CBST office at email@example.com and someone will contact you.*
- I have not traveled outside of the U.S. in the past 10 days; or if so, have had a negative rapid test at least 3 days since my arrival.
- I will wear a mask as required while on CBST premises.
- If: a. between my submission of this form and my visit to CBST, or b. between my visit to CBST and five (5) days after my visit, the status of one of the above conditions changes, I will notify CBST at firstname.lastname@example.org.*
*CBST generally follows the guidelines of the CDC (COVID-19 Quarantine and Isolation | CDC). By contacting the synagogue’s science and medical team, you can receive guidance applying the rules to your situation. In addition, knowing about cases and possible exposures helps to better protect the community.
Once Inside the Building
- Remember that masks must be worn at all times (unless instructed otherwise).
- Maintain a social distance of 3 feet from those not in your pod; and respect that others' parameters for social distancing may be different than your own.
- There will be a section reserved on both the main and mezzanine levels of the sanctuary for those wishing to maintain an increased social distance.
- On Friday nights when an Oneg follows services and kiddush in the Evan Wolfson Community Hall on the lower level, masking is optional ONLY for the Oneg, but remains intact throughout the rest of the building.
Other Ways to Participate in Shabbat
If you can not be with us in person join our weekly livestreamed services on our website.