Isha Institute of Inner-sciences is taking all the necessary precautions established by the CDC, state and local health authorities. To safeguard everyone’s health, Isha Institute of Inner-sciences has established a mandatory Covid-19 policy, detailed below. Please note that this policy does not completely eradicate the risk of infection, but aims to offer the necessary preemptive measures. You may still face the risk of exposure to Covid-19 or other illnesses.
If it is determined that your health status or exposure to Covid-19 constitutes a risk to others, it may lead to postponement of your visit/program participation and/or being asked to leave the Isha Institute campus.
Please DO NOT visit if you have tested positive for Covid-19, been in close contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19 or have had any of the Covid-19 related symptoms (such as Ongoing cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Sore throat, Chills, Fever of 100.4 degrees fahrenheit or higher, New loss of taste or smell, Vomiting or diarrhea) within 15 days of arriving at Isha Institute
International Travel: United States travel restrictions, vaccination, quarantine and testing guidelines apply for anyone from overseas prior to a visit to the Isha Institute of Inner-sciences.
Covid-19 test: Depending how the pandemic situation evolves, you may be tested upon arrival or during your stay at Isha Institute campus.
Masks and social distancing are recommended in indoor spaces.
Showing symptoms: If you present any Covid-19 symptoms while at Isha Institute, you may be tested for Covid-19. If the test for Covid-19 is positive, your access to campus areas will be limited and you will be required to discontinue your participation in any programs.
Isha Foundation is taking all the necessary sanitary and safety precautions established by the CDC, state, and local health authorities. All participants and others physically present in the program premises are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. However, you may still face the risk of exposure to COVID-19 or other illnesses, so please follow the additional guidelines below. If it is determined that your health status or exposure to COVID-19 constitutes a risk to others, it may lead to postponement of your program registration and/or being asked to leave the program premises due to the prioritization of public health and safety.
Vaccination: All participants, volunteers, and instructors are required to be fully vaccinated, and provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19.
International Travel: Those who have returned from international travel must quarantine for 10 days in the United States or Canada before attending the program.
COVID-19 Questionnaire: You are required to fill a COVID-19 Questionnaire 3 days before the program.
Your temperature will be checked upon arrival on each day of the program. If a temperature indicates the possibility of a COVID-19 infection, admittance to the program will not be granted and your registration will be cancelled.