Fitness clubs, sports, make case to re-open, masks in courts
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Representatives of fitness clubs, amusement parks and youth baseball on Tuesday told a task force on reopening New Hampshire’s economy that they are prepared to make a variety of health and safety adjustments so they can operate during the coronavirus pandemic.
Health clubs, which have a relationship with its members, can rearrange floor plans, cordon off areas, lower group exercise participants, and stagger appointments, said Mike Benton, CEO of the Executive Health & Sports Center and owner of other facilities. Saunas, steam rooms and areas that allow contact sports such as basketball and racquetball would be closed.