As of August 1, 2021:
1)   Pre-Tevilah showering on-site has been reinstated. 
2)   Our shomrot have resumed their pre-Tevilah checking, as we had done before the pandemic. 
3)   Other on-site preparation (bathing, etc.,.) is now available. 
4)   Staff and patrons are required to wear masks in all common areas of the Mikvah.  
5)   Mikvah usage will continue to be by appointment only and we will continue to ask updated screening questions as part of the appointment process.
6)   As always, if you are feeling unwell, including flu-like symptoms and new rashes, you may not use the Mikvah until receiving medical clearance. 
7)   For unvaccinated women who have not tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days, if you have known exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you may not use the Mikvah until 1) you have a negative PCR test done 5-7 days after exposure and wait for 7 days or 2) 10 days after exposure, if you choose not to take a test.
Should you have any underlying medical condition or a weakened immune system, please consult your medical provider and your rav to determine the best way to prepare for and use the Mikvah. If you require special arrangements, please email the Mikvah in advance at or or call 201-837-8220 and we will be happy to assist you.

Keylim Mikvah
The Keylim Mikvah is now open, without appointments, Sunday-Thursday 7:00 am-5:00 pm and Friday 7:00 am-4:00 pm. We continue to ask that the door to the Keylim Mikvah remain open and that anyone who is not fully vaccinated wear a mask while using the Keylim Mikvah.

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