Reopening of gyms in CDMX, these would be the measures

From this week on, gyms, swimming pools, sports clubs and other areas can be reopened. Attention takes place by appointment and for a maximum of 40 minutes.

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February 15, 2021 2 min read

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With the return from Mexico City to Semáforo Naranja, starting this week, have various facilities such as Theaters, churches, gyms, swimming pools and other sports fields can be opened again. However, all health measures against COVID-19 set by the authorities must be followed.

The news was released by the Ministry of Economic Development (Sedeco). Likewise, Fadlala Akabani, Head of Sedeco, stated that the intention is to maintain a balance between economic reactivation, public health and reopening (the latter are part of the “Activate Without Risk” program).

In addition, Sedeco urged those resuming operations to register on the CDMX government website and take the necessary measures. Thanks to this, around two thousand gyms and sports clubs can resume their activities in the CDMX. Next, we will explain to you which measures you as a user should consider.

What Are The Measures To Reopen Gyms?

  • These rooms can be open from Tuesday to Sunday and from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Access must be planned by agreement.
  • It is necessary that the use of QR code is implemented.
  • The use of face masks is mandatory.
  • Group activities are not allowed.
  • The training time should be 40 minutes.

Regarding gyms and swimming pools that are indoors, it was mentioned that they could be reopened too. However, the training units must be carried out individually and there must be a minimum distance of four meters. In the pools, individual classes can be taught with a distance of two lanes between users.

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