Fitness centres are included in this list, including the many gyms in malls.
The reopening would include several new rules and regulations aimed at preventing Covid-19 spreading. Almost every gym equipment, not only free weights as at Phase 2, is permitted for public use, but after every use, it will need disinfection and sanitation. Some gyms have previously been allowed to open but only free weight lifting and no other equipment were allowed. Gyms in malls could not be reopened in the previous phase.
Other precautionary measures include:
- Masks are required at all times in gyms and fitness centres.
- Big classes and social events are also prohibited. (Only limited slots are permitted in small group sessions and classes)
- Temperature controls are required and signals are required via the Thai Chana government tracking app.
- Hand sanitiser must be given in the gym.
- Personnel were told to strictly limit the number of gymnastics and fitness centres.
- promote social distancing and prevent socialization and talking.
- Patrons can also carry their own towels in accordance with the regulations of the city.
- There will also be strict guidelines on lockers and showers.
Not all fitness centres will be reopened today as individual venue management decides. Therefore it’s best to call to make sure your local fitness centre is open as it may remain closed.
Other types of enterprises allowed to reopen include new markets, pet care and pet kindergartens, sports stadiums and open-air sports facilities and, without any doubt, the relief of many massage shops. In all newly reopened venues, health and social distancing measures will be in place.
In Addition, Among the other businesses and activities permitted to get back to business as usual, some domestic airlines have also been given the green light to resume flights.
These Airlines include:
Social Distancing must be applied and face masks must be worn as all times.
SOURCE: The Pattaya News
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