Daughters of Israel Mikvah
103 Washington St.
Brighton, MA 02135
Due to the recent concerns over COVID-19 we at the Daughters of Israel Mikvah would like to share our established protocols to help keep everyone that comes through our mikvah safe and healthy.
Our preparation rooms are cleaned in between each use thoroughly, with great care taken to thoroughly sanitize handheld items and items that are touched frequently such as doorknobs and call buttons. All used implements such as tweezers or nail clippers are thoroughly sanitized between uses.
Both our mikvaos are filtered daily and are properly treated with bromine.
Our six preparation rooms reduce waiting room time, if any, which reduces close contact between patrons.
Our staff wash their hands thoroughly between patrons.
If you have come into contact with a COVID19 positive person, are feeling any symptoms or have entered MA in the past two week we will have to ask you to wait until two weeks and for any symptoms to clear..
Preparations must be done at home. If there are any supplies you will need while at the mikvah these should be brought from home. Freshly laundered towels and robes may be brought from home but if you do not have freshly laundered towels we would prefer you use our towels.
We appreciate your cooperation in this matter. Our fulfillment of this mitzvah of mikvah should be a zechus to keep us all healthy and bring Moshiach soon.
If you have any questions feel free to call, text or email our mikvah.
Keilim Mikvah COVID19 Update:
The Daughters of Israel Keilim Mikvah will be open Thursdays and Sundays in September with the exception of Sunday September 20 and Sunday September 27th from 10AM-12PM.
In order to maintain social distance only one person at a time will be allowed in the building to toivel keilim. Please do not bring children as it is a very small space. If the keilim mikvah is already occupied please wait your turn outside.
To keep our community safe and healthy, masks are absolutely required in the keilim mikvah. Please either wear gloves or wash your hands before toiveling keilim.