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Lubbock Economic Recovery Taskforce offers guidelines for gyms reopening

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With the state allowing gyms to reopen Monday, the Lubbock Safe! program has released new guidelines for them to follow. It's a voluntary effort from the City of Lubbock to hold higher health standards than that state's minimum.

If a gym or fitness center reopens, it is limited to 25% occupancy excluding staff.

A Lubbock Safe! gym will scan forehead temperature and give a health survey before you can workout.

Customers should maintain distance, wear a facial covering while working out and stay home if they're feeling sick.

Staff must clean equipment each time its used and all locker rooms and showers must stay closed. 

Specific guidelines for gyms have been added to the Lubbock Safe! website - here.

 

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