Gyms & Fitness Centers

Recovery Step 2: July 5 - TBD

  • Capacity limitations: No more than 50% of a building or room’s occupancy allowed, according to building/fire code. HOWEVER, a business may return to the entity’s authorized building/fire code occupancy provided that the following protocols are implemented and adhered to at all times: All employees or visitors to any indoor public accommodation must wear face coverings in an area or while performing any activity which will necessarily involve close contact or proximity to co-workers or the public while physical distancing standards continue to be applied. 
  • Face mask exemption: Persons playing a sport, exercising, or using exercise equipment while exerting themselves. Please see the full order for the list of persons who may be exempt from wearing a face covering.
  • Staff that present any symptoms of COVID-19 should be allowed to stay home and encouraged to be tested (
  • Physical distancing of at least six feet must be maintained between all customers and staff at all times and may require adjusting the layout of exercise areas.
  • Post signage asking that anyone who is sick, does not enter. Also utilize signage to remind visitors of best practices, like physical distancing, for maintaining a safe environment. Signs can be found in the toolkit at
  • Every facility has the right to remain closed or operate with additional restrictions, if they so choose, in order to protect staff and customers/participants to the highest degree.
  • The highest standards of cleaning and disinfection should be maintained at all times. More guidance:

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2. Restaurants & Bars
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4. Outdoor Areas & Facilities
5. Recreational Water (Pools, etc.)
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12. Pet Grooming