Covid-19 Policy Updates

As of February 16, 2022, masks will be optional for members while working out in the Fitness Center, including locker rooms, sauna, shvitz, third floor gymnasium, Pilates studio and pool deck. Masks are optional in public spaces at the JCCSF if you are vaccinated. If you are not yet vaccinated, masks are still required. This policy remains in effect along with the proof of vaccination Mayor Breed announced in August 2021. Visit our Fitness Center FAQs to get all the details about proof of vaccination for JCCSF Fitness Members.

We are in full support of the city’s decision to require proof of vaccination for fitness centers. Putting an end to this pandemic is a community-wide effort and this is another necessary step. Our members have been supportive of our robust health and safety measures deployed thus far, and we hope this creates an even safer feeling environment for you.

We also want to share that although vaccination was also made a requirement for staff for indoor businesses by San Francisco, we have had this in place since June 2021 as we believe these practices are the best way to ensure wellness in our community.

Mask Update

Do I need to wear a mask at the JCCSF?

As of February 16, 2022, masks are optional for members while working out in the Fitness Center and using the locker rooms, sauna, steam room, and pool deck. Masks are optional in public spaces at the JCCSF if you are vaccinated.

If you are not yet vaccinated, masks are still required. Masks are also required in shared areas with unvaccinated children, regardless of vaccination status.

What does Fully Vaccinated mean?

You must wait 2 weeks after the second dose of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or 2 weeks after your first dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 

Will I need to wear a mask in the locker rooms and showers?

Masks are optional for Fitness Center members while in the locker rooms, sauna, steam room and pool deck.

Are the sauna and shvitz (steam) open?

Yes, the sauna and shvitz are open for Fitness Members. You are not required to wear a mask while in the the sauna and shvitz.

What are the mask requirements for children? 

In all youth classrooms and play spaces, indoor and outdoor, preschool-aged children must be masked. For children participating in our K-8 summer camps, wearing a mask is optional while outdoors. If children are in the building with their parents, they should wear masks. Staff working with children must always wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status, inside and while outdoors. 

Will staff be wearing masks?

Because all staff at the JCCSF are fully vaccinated, it is optional for them to wear masks.

How We’re Keeping You Safe

Clean & Fresh

  • No surface left behind.
    In all common areas of the building, we’ll continue with regular cleaning of doorknobs, handles, handrails, light switches, sanitizing stations, lockers, bathrooms, sinks, toilets, benches, the front desk, keyboards, computers and phones. If it’s prone to someone touching it, we’ll clean it!
  • Touchless sanitizing.
    We will continue to provide motion-activated hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the building for general hygiene usage. Faucets and soap dispensers in the newly renovated locker rooms will also be touchless.


Equipment in the JCCSF Fitness Center will remain spread out for the moment. Over the next few months, we will slowly return to our pre-pandemic fitness equipment layout.  

Health & Safety Policy

To keep our community safe, please remember: If you are feeling ill or if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, we would ask you to please stay home, take a COVID-19 test and/or consult your medical provider. If you test negative, and/or your symptoms go away, then you can return to your normal activities, including coming to the JCCSF.

If you have visited us and subsequently test positive for COVID-19, we want to know about it. Please immediately email or contact any fitness staff you are most comfortable reaching out to.

I trust every single person on staff at Diller. They know my child. They respect my child. They engage with creativity and joyfulness on a daily basis. Having such trust felt like a gift pre-covid. Now it feels essential. Our child's experience at Diller is one of the beautiful bright spots in this trying time. I know that he is safe and cared for all day. He comes home wiped out from a day full of play, exploration, art, music, nature, and connection. They put so much work into making the program safe and nurturing. I am grateful for Karla and the amazing group of people that she leads.

Rebecca S.

Diller Preschool Parent

It felt very safe while exercising during the reopening. Lots of great initiatives were taken to create this experience.

Fitness Center Member