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Boca Raton Mikvah- COVID-19 Precautions

Shalom and welcome to the Boca Raton Mikvah! 

Please note that Governor DeSantis has asked all travelers NOT to come to Florida. Moreover, he has signed an executive order that anyone coming to Florida from New York (specifically) must legally observe a 14-day quarantine. Failure to do so could result in being jailed and/or fined. 

Please read the following affirmations, complete the form below, and sign your name. 

I hereby affirm that: 

  • Neither I nor any member of my household has traveled in or out of Florida within the last 14 days 

  • Neither I nor any member of my household has had a fever above 99 degrees F within the last 14 days  

  • Neither I nor any member of my household has had any cold/ flu-like symptoms within the last 14 days

If all of the above is correct, please complete the form and sign your name below.   

COVID-19 is a very serious illness. If you are untruthful about any of the above you will be endangering the lives of many other women who will be using our facility. 

 

 

If you have signed, proceed to payment and provide the shomeret with a confirmation number
Check one or more boxes to confirm & proceed to payment 

If you don't fit any of the criteria above, you are not permitted to enter the Mikvah premises at this time. Please contact any of the following for more information and help:

Rabbi Goldberg: reg@brsonline.org

Rebbetzin Yocheved Goldberg: goldbergmom@gmail.com

Dori Zaghi: (561) 714-7649
 

Rules of Mikvah During COVID-19

  • All Mikvah preparations must be done at home. No baths or showers may be used at the Mikvah.

  • Please bring two freshly laundered towels and a robe to use. We will not provide towels.

  • Only credit card payments are accepted.

  • The CDC has stated that the chlorine levels within the Mikvah water itself are sufficient to kill the virus and chemical levels are monitored regularly to ensure this is the case.

  • Preparation rooms are being wiped down and disinfected between users.

  • Attendants will be wearing gloves and changing them for each woman at all times. Mikvah users will check their own hands and feet. If needed, the attendant can check her back from afar to look for stray hairs.

  • Every user must thoroughly wash her hands with soap and water right before and right after using the facility.

May Hashem protect us all in the Zechut of keeping this Mitzvah!

 

 

 

 

Wed, April 1 2020 7 Nisan 5780