SARS-CoV-2 update: Please bring your own towel, except on Erev Shabobs or Erev YomTov. The cleaning lady is now coming daily (except for Saturdays) and disinfecting with bleach. The attendants disinfect between users. Please do not come to the mikveh if you have any symptoms of illness or if you are required to isolate at home or self-quarantine according to RI regulations. Current RI state regulations are at https://health.ri.gov/diseases/ncov2019/
Who should be in home isolation
- Anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 – either by a laboratory test or through symptom assessment by a healthcare provider – must self-isolate. People in isolation must stay at home and stay in isolation until At least 3 days (72 hours) have passed since recovery defined as resolution of fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and improvement in respiratory symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath) AND at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.
Who should be quarantined due to high risk for developing COVID-19?
- Anyone arriving from a location outside of the 50 US states or the District of Columbia for 14 days after returning.
- Anyone entering Rhode Island from states and locales found here.
- Close contacts of someone who has symptoms of COVID-19, even if they haven’t been tested, for 14 days following contact.
February Schedule (As always, please call at least 48 hours prior.* )
Sundays: Janice Rosenfield 213-3363
Mondays: Janice Rosenfield 213-3363
Tuesdays: Devorah Raskin 273-2299
Wednesdays: Devorah Raskin 273-2299
Thursdays: Janice Rosenfield 213-3363 (on Thursday 3/4: Devorah Raskin 273-2299)
Fridays: Lynn Jakubowicz 331-1448
Saturdays: Janice Rosenfield 213-3363