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CABI Operating Guidelines (November 1, 2021)

Anyone with possible COVID symptoms should not attend on-site activities, even if masked.

The CABI Board of Trustees, in close consultation with CABI's COVID Advisory Committee and staff, have adopted reopening policies for on-site activities on the CABI campus.  We will update policies and practices in a manner that balances the most recent data and guidance with the values of Kedushah – sanctity, Mishpachah – family, and Pikuach Nefesh – the preservation of life.  

We have changed the COVID Guidelines as of November 1, 2021: 

Our congregants' safety continues to be a top priority.  Since August, we have offered both virtual and in-person services. Our online services have been through Zoom and YouTube. The in-person services have been held outside with numerous restrictions. However, the fall and winter weather has made that impractical.  

Therefore, starting November 5th, CABI will continue to stream services online for those who prefer to participate virtually and in-person services will be held indoors.

To attend in-person services, we will require the following:

  • Proof of full COVID vaccination;
  • Masks that fully cover the nose and mouth area be worn at all times;
  • Physically distanced seating; and
  • In order to main physical distancing, services will be held in the social hall with a capacity limit of 30 individuals on a first-come, first-served basis.​​​​​​​

To provide proof of full vaccination, you can choose to bring your vaccination card, or a photograph thereof, to services where a greeter will verify your vaccination status or you can email a photo of your vaccination card along with your name to Once vaccination status has been established, you will not need to provide proof at each service. 

We hope to see you at Shabbat services and other events, whether it is on screen or in person.
As needed, this policy will be modified by the Board of Trustees.

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