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5. Davening will be kept short & and the Rabbi will not give his drasha at the service. (A dvar Torah will be disseminated so it can be read at leisure.)
6. Kiddushes will be cancelled until further notice and there will be no mingling after services. We will make Kiddush at the service and mezonot will be available in the lobby for those who need.
7. NO shaking hands. A slight bow or Dr. Spock “Cohen” greeting to say Shabbat Shalom or Yishar Koach will suffice.
8. NO touching or kissing the Mezuzah, Sefer Torah, Siddurim or Chumashim. Bring your own siddur and Chumash if you can.
9. Upon entering the synagogue, please wash your hands or use the hand sanitizer that TAIS has put out for the community. You are encouraged as well to bring your own pocket sanitizer. (While liquid sanitizer is preferred for Shabbat, gel is permitted for us provided that it is completely absorbed into the skin.)
For hand washing instructions and a more in depth halachic analysis, please CLICK HERE for more details.
10. Important to cough or sneeze into a disposable tissue, immediately discard it and wash/ sanitize your hands. Use your elbow only if you have to. The clothing on your elbow will contain infectious virus that can be passed on for up to a week or more! Bring your own tissues and we will put out in the shul as well.
11. Keep up to date on the Health Ministry’s instructions. CLICK HERE for details