Measures Taken at the JCC Regarding COVID-19

Per Connecticut state guidelines and to support the health and safety of our community, the JCC is currently closed.

 

The JCC of Greater New Haven is closely monitoring the Coronavirus and collaborating with local, state, and federal health officials to assure the health and safety of our members and staff

 

For questions or concerns, please contact scottc@jccnh.org

Ready to lend a helping hand? 

 

We need your support. Whether you are able to volunteer your time or to make a donation, let's come together as one community to support one another in this time of urgent need. Safe volunteering opportunities are available for teens and adults of all ages. Donations can be made to the COVID-19/Maimonides Fund, where 100% of your gift will go to assist the most vulnerable people in our Coronavirus who were affected by the Coronavirus.

 

 

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Actions taken:

  1. On Thursday, March 11, 2020 we closed the building for deep cleaning, at least through Sunday March 15. 

  2. We tripled the number of hand-sanitizing stations throughout the building to 30 and made tissues available at each station.

  3. Our cleaning personnel disinfects the facilities and high-touch areas multiple times each day. Our detergent kills Coronavirus.  

  4. Special signs posted throughout our building remind best practices for staying healthy.

  5. Announcements about large community events scheduled in our building for March and April will be released soon.

Help prevent the spread of disease:

  • Refrain using the JCC or any other public space if you are experiencing fever, coughing or shortness of breath, or having difficulty breathing

  • Refrain from sending your children to early childhood education classes and/or youth programs if they exhibit the above symptoms of illness

  • Follow the CDC’s recommended preventative actions, including maintaining best practices by frequently washing your hands with soap and water, covering your nose or mouth with your arm if you sneeze or cough, and avoiding touching your face

Visit Johns Hopkins COVID-19 global case map

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Mitzvah Day events postponed until further notice