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TIOH Covid-19 Policy

Last Updated 6/8/22

Temple Israel of Hollywood places a top priority on the health and safety of our community of children, adults, visitors, and employees. Our Reopening Task Force convenes regularly in consultation with a group of medical doctors and monitors all updates from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Center for Disease Control. The following guidelines are designed to keep our community safe and our temple open. Families with children enrolled in our schools should follow additional protocols to those listed below that are specific to the operation of our school communities. We appreciate your support.

Q: DOES TIOH REQUIRE VACCINATIONS AND BOOSTERS?

A: Vaccinations for all individuals 12 years and over are mandatory to enter campus. Boosters will also be required for anyone eligible according to this timeline:

  • Ages 16 and Older: Fully boosted by February 9, 2022
  • Ages 12–15: Fully boosted by March 9, 2022

You will need to demonstrate proof of vaccination to our security guards upon entering our facility. Proof of vaccination can be your vaccination card, a clear photo of your vaccination card, or your digital vaccination record.

(*The term “fully boosted” is defined as two weeks after your booster shot, to allow the booster to have taken effect.)

Vaccinations will be required for all individuals 5 years and over by August 15, 2022.

Q: WHAT IS THE MASK POLICY?

A: Masks are optional both outdoors and indoors unless otherwise instructed.  Currently, masks are required when singing or chanting in a fully indoor space.  Masks should be well-fitted – medical-grade, surgical grade, or high-level respirator, such as an N95. Most cloth masks do not meet this standard.

Q: WHAT IS THE ISOLATION PROTOCOL WHEN POSITIVE FOR COVID-19?

A: The following period of isolation is required for anyone, regardless of vaccination status, who tests positive for COVID-19 before returning to our campus:

  • At least 5-days from when symptoms first appeared (if symptomatic) followed by a negative rapid antigen test, you are fever-free for 24-hours, and your symptoms are improving OR
  • 10-days, fever-free for 24-hours, and your symptoms are improving
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