Chabad Lubavitch/Alaska Jewish Campus
Welcomes our Visitors & Tourists to Alaska
under COVID-19 Guidelines Mandated by State of Alaska!
In addition to downloading our COVID-19 Tourist Information Guide and reading our FAQs, we encourage you to visit alaska.org, an Alaska travel site created by members of our community, Bob & Yael Kaufman, which will provide even more detailed information on exciting Alaska attractions.
Per our alaska Jewish Campus COVID Mitigation Plan, Shabbat meals will be Available for Tourists & Locals who are Fully Vaccinated, or who has COVID Antibody Test Results. In addition, we would appreciate if you can provide a negative COVID test result taken within 72 hours prior to the event. Adults and Children who have not been vaccinated or did not have COVID antibody test result, will have to provide a negative COVID test result and will be required to adhere to social distancing rules during meals as well as wearing masks before and after meals. Reservations must include COVID Documentation which can be uploaded on the form below.
FREE COVID-19 Testing Location near the Alaska Jewish Campus
Loussac Library - Drive Thru Testing
3600 Denali Street, Anchorage.
You do not need to register in advance. You can get your results faster by registering here.
Click Here for additional COVID Testing Site Information.
We look forward to welcoming you to your home away from home!
Lubavitch Jewish Center & Synagogue
COVID-19 Mitigation Policy
COVID-19 Synagogue Guidelines:
Visitors participating in Shabbat services will have to upload their negative COVID-19 test results taken after arriving in Alaska within 48 hours before Shabbat.
Every attendee will be required to wear a face mask.
Chairs will be arranged 8 feet part from each other for proper social distancing.
Torah reading and Aliyot, will take place with required social distancing.
Only the cantor will hold the Torah. No touching or kissing of the Torah by attendees.
If you have a temperature of any symptoms of a cold or flu including just a sore throat, please stay at your lodging.
If you have any health issues that put you at great risk, please stay at your lodging.
We want our visitors and tourists to understand that the only way they can join us for davening and shul during COVID-19 is only by their full cooperation with the COVID policies and requirements.