Gyms, Fitness centers to Reopen in Maharashtra from October 25: Gym and fitness centers will open in Maharashtra after October 25, but these rules have to be followed

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Gyms, Fitness centers to Reopen in Maharashtra from October 25: Gym and fitness centers will open in Maharashtra after October 25, but these rules have to be followedGym Center (Photo Credit: PTI)

Maharashtra (Maharashtra) Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s government has decided to open gyms and fitness centers in the state. According to the report, operations will be allowed to resume after Dussehra in Maharashtra, but gym and fitness centers will have to strictly follow standard operating procedures (SOP) during this period. A nationwide lockdown was announced in March due to the Corona crisis in the country. After which, the gym and fitness center were closed. During this time there was a demand to open them. But in view of the increasing outbreak of Corona, the decision was deferred by the state government. But now it will be reopened. It is believed that it is likely to open in the last week of October.

Gym and fitness centers have to follow these rules. Gym and fitness centers group exercises, steam bath, gold bath, yoga etc. will not be allowed. Apart from this, social distancing in gym and fitness centers will also have to be strictly followed. Wearing masks will be compulsory for all visitors to the gym and fitness centers. Also, to avoid corona infection, it has to be sanitized. The items kept in the gym will be sanitized. After the closure of the gym, cleaning and sanitization will have to be regularized. Also read: – Mumbai Local Train Update: Maharashtra government gave permission for women to travel in local trains, can travel during limited hours from tomorrow.

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It may be noted that Maharashtra has the highest number of people infected with Corona virus as compared to other states of India. If you look at the latest data, the State Health Department has said that 10,259 new COVID-19 cases have come in Maharashtra on Saturday. While 14,238 discharge cases and 250 deaths were recorded. With this, the total number of cases in Maharashtra has increased to 15,86,321 including 13,58,606 discharges, 1,85,270 active cases and 41,965 deaths.

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