According to the Green Pass (Tav Yarok) policy, individuals who are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 may apply for a document (Green Pass) permitting them to attend tefillah beyond the current 10 indoors + 20 outdoors regulation. We are excited to announce that we will be offering a Green Pass (Tav Yarok) minyan for select tefillot.
Shabbat minyanim will continue to be available for members of our community who have not yet been vaccinated, including children over the age of bar or bat mitzvah. These will operate according to the policies we have already implemented for weekday and Shabbat tefillot.
If you are eligible for a Green Pass, but haven’t yet received one, apply here on the MOH website in order to sign up for the Green Pass tefillot at KSYM!
What should I do now?
In order to sign up for any future Green-Pass minyanim and activities, you must first pre-register with our administrator who will confirm your eligibility. This is a one-time process until the Green Pass expiration date. To do this you must complete this form. You will need a copy of your actual green pass (See example picture below). On a temporary basis, you can also supply your Vaccination Certificate (Green Passport - See picture below). In order for us to comply, no other documents can be accepted at this. If you run into technical difficulties sending us this information, please email this information to . For instructions on how to upload your documents to the form, click here.
What happens next?
Members who have registered their Green Pass will be able to enter their names on the sign-up sheets for Green Pass minyanim and attend the minyanim they have registered.
The Vaad is working tirelessly to make this a reality. We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we iron out any kinks in our early adoption of the Green Pass framework.
We look forward to seeing you all soon, B”H.
Example Documents that will be accepted: