Dear Pearlstone Community,

The health and safety of all our staff and guests are our top priorities. We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic in partnership with The Associated:Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, and we look to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Maryland Department of Health (MDH) for guidance as well. Please follow these guidelines as part of our Pearlstone community:

If you believe that you may have the COVID-19 Coronavirus, or if you have been exposed to anybody who has been diagnosed with the Coronavirus, or if you have travelled to a place with a Level 2 Alert or Level 3 Warning in the past 14 days, we ask you to follow the CDC guidelines for self-isolation and that you do not visit Pearlstone for an absolute minimum of 14 days.

The health of our community depends on each of our own individual health and preventative measures.

Here’s what we’re doing:

  • Increased frequent deep cleaning and sanitizing all areas of our facility with approved disinfectants. This includes all surfaces and places of contact such as door handles in common areas, restrooms, meeting spaces and overnight lodging. Our linens are commercially cleaned in high temp washers.
  • All Food Service Staff are trained in safe and sanitary food handling practices. We abide by all Baltimore County Department of Health codes and regulations. All dining tables, tablecloths, dishes, and utensils are cleaned and sanitized after every use.
  • We now have staff assigned to ensure that all guests and staff wash their hands inside the dining room before eating.
  • We have many hand sanitizing stations in various places and strongly promote handwashing.
  • Posted signs throughout the facility that remind staff and guests about healthy precautions for their health:

Here’s what you can do: 

  • Wash your hands before eating, after using the bathroom, after coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Use a tissue to cover your sneeze or cough.
  • Limit physical contact with others, consider alternatives to handshakes.

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