When Jewish institutions like JCCs and synagogues shut down this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, it often felt like a wrenching decision arrived at reluctantly after careful deliberation. Now, deciding how and when to physically reopen Jewish institutions is proving at least as challenging and fraught.
“In this murky interim period — when the pandemic continues even though lockdown orders are relaxing — how can we safely use our facilities?” That was the question that 44 representatives from schools, synagogues and other Jewish facilities wrestled with when the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati convened an online meeting in June to discuss reopening, according to its CEO, Shep Englander. Read More >
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