COVID-19 Procedures


Please note that:

  • The online booking system closes daily 1.5 hours before that evening's appointments. 

  • A required COVID-19 pre-screening has been incorporated into the appointment system.

  • Pre-Tevilah showering has been reinstated and on-site bathing and preparation are now available.

  • Staff and patrons are required to wear masks in all common areas of the Mikvah.

We would like to take this opportunity to remind the community of the following usage protocols, which are based upon the recommendation and guidance of medical professionals and the Teaneck/Bergenfield Rabbonim of the RCBC:


  1. Any woman who is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or any other illness, even if she has been vaccinated or previously tested positive for COVID-19, should not make an appointment to use our Mikvah until she receives medical clearance. 


  1. Any woman who is fully vaccinated, even if she has had direct COVID-19 exposure or traveled, may use our Mikvah as long as she is completely asymptomatic. Fully vaccinated is defined as 2 weeks from the second dose of a 2 dose series (like Pfizer or Moderna) or 2 weeks after a single dose vaccine (like J&J).


  1. Any woman who tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days, has been fully symptom free for 72 hours and has medical clearance to exit quarantine, may use our Mikvah even if she has had direct COVID exposure or has traveled. 

  1. Any woman who is not fully vaccinated or has not had COVID-19 within the last 90 days (as described above) may not use our Mikvah, if:

    1. she exhibited flu like symptoms WITHIN THE PAST WEEK including fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, muscle pain, chills, and/or diarrhea/nausea, and/or has lost her sense of taste/smell (i.e., not had it) at any point in the last three days and/or exhibits a new rash, until she receives medical clearance.

    2. She has known exposure to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, until 1)  she has a negative PCR test done 5-7 days after exposure and wait for 7 days or 2) 10 days after exposure, if she chooses not to take a test.   

    3. she or anyone in her home is awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test.

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