After two months of confinement, life gradually returns to normal thanks to the reopening of leisure areas such as sports halls, swimming pools and cinemas.
From 22 June next, sports halls and swimming pools will be able to open their doors and welcome you in the best possible sanitary conditions!
Confinement has left individuals no choice but to reinvent their sports routine. Indeed, athletes have turned to new practices such as the use of online courses, the trivialization of jogging and the development of new disciplines such as yoga or dance.
Sports halls will have to respect a strict health protocol to protect their members and employees. Classes will take place in small groups with delimited spaces, systematic disinfection of equipment and machines, frequent cleaning of common areas thanks to an increased household budget, a distance of 1 meter between two athletes, a condemnation of every second locker room and the wearing of masks or visors for coaches and employees will be mandatory.
As far as cinemas are concerned, they should all reopen on 22 June 2020.
A document detailing concrete sanitary measures has been sent to cinema operators, who had to lower the curtain on 14 March.
Here are some of the measures that spectators will have to apply in order to discover new films in complete safety: a seat will have to be left vacant on both sides of each spectator, to avoid contact, it is recommended to buy tickets on the Internet or by contactless payment at the cash desk, the wearing of masks is strongly recommended for customers in the lobby and traffic areas but is not compulsory in the cinema for spectators...
So ready to (re)go out for the arrival of fine weather?