Gabboim Forbid Guests from Entering 770

Illustration Photo: Shmulik Serebransky

As Crown Heights moves to ‘yellow light’ mode, and in light of the letter released by the Crown Heights Beis Din on Thursday, the gabboim of 770 have set guidelines for the shul, including forbidding any guests from entering the building.

By reporter

As the Crown Heights community returns to ‘yellow light’ mode with regards to social distancing, masks and gatherings, the gabboim of the main shul at 770 have set stricter policies with regards to the shul as well.

The return to ‘yellow mode’ was announced on Thursday in an update released by the Gedaliah Society and Dr. Eli Rosen. The society explained the need for the stricter ‘mode’ due to the new developments in regards to reinfection in the community.

In a letter released on the same day, the Crown Heights Beis Din backed the doctors, and called on the public to follow their guidelines. The Badatz letter, signed by Harav Avrohom Osdoba and Harav Yosef Braun specifically referenced the doctors request that visitors not come to Crown Heights.

In line with the new developments, the gabboim of the main shul at 770 Eastern Parkway released guidelines of their own pertaining to the shul. They called for anyone who enters the building to wear a mask, practice social distancing and follow all other medical guidlines.

The gabboim also write that guests are forbidden from entering the building of 770 under any circumstances.

“Anyone who does not reside in Crown Heights is absolutely forbidden from entering the building,” they write.

“The above is necessary to allow the shul to remain open,” they write.

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