Health & Safety Protocols
March 21, 2022 COVID Protocol Update
Your health and safety will always be a top priority for us here at the J. We have appreciated your patience and understanding as we continue to navigate through the COVID pandemic, and we continue to take your feedback and concerns seriously.
We have and will continue to operate with an abundance of caution. We believe that as a community, we all have responsibility for one another. Wearing a mask is one way to protect those around you. While we are making changes to current policy relating to mask wearing, we encourage all of us to consider continuing to wear your face coverings.
That said, as Pima County moves into the low community transmission category, we are once again updating our COVID safety protocols. You can find information about community transmission levels in Pima County HERE. We have met with our Medical Advisory Committee to help inform the following updates:
- Face masks are strongly encouraged to help protect more vulnerable members of our community including the elderly and children in our ECE program who are too young to be vaccinated, but as of Tuesday, March 22, face masks will be optional and no longer be required in our facility.
- We do ask that you continue to self-screen, and stay home and test if you feel sick or are experiencing any COVID symptoms. You can find information about symptoms, including a self-checker HERE.
- If Pima County moves back into the medium or high community transmission category for two weeks in a row, we will reinstate our current mask policy.
- The youth locker rooms and spa will remain closed at this time. We will update you all on a new timeline for those areas once a schedule is developed.
- We will continue to operate with reduced capacity in the Fitness and Wellness wing of the building, and will continue to offer virtual classes for those who feel most comfortable in that setting.
- Our cleaning and sanitizing protocols remain the same.
Thank you for your cooperation in helping to keep our community safe.