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Hannah Buehler

Posted at 7:19 PM, Dec 09, 2020
and last updated 7:19 PM, Dec 09, 202
SHORE NEWS NETWORK    October 2020
Governor Murphy( NJ )ADMITS No COVID-19 Through Sports, Gyms, Indoor Dining, Further Easing of Restrictions Possible
TRENTON, NJ – It was science that forced New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy to maintain an extended shut down of the restaurant, sports and fitness industries this summer, but now, Murphy is admitting that facts are telling him he might have been WRONG all along. With an army of contact tracers ready to research COVID-19 cases, Murphy said on Wednesday that since the reopening of gyms, indoor dining and sports, there has been no indication or data to show those activities lead to the spread of COVID-19 as he vehemently declared during the height of the pandemic.
“We’re not aware of any specific outbreaks on gyms or indoor dining,” Murphy said. “However, there are sports-related outbreaks that we don’t have any evidence are related to the sport, but may well be related to adjacent activities. We’ve said this before, the whole team goes out for a pizza and they’re on top of each other. But in terms of the regular notion of a gym or indoor dining, we’re not aware at this point.”
Murphy had shut down the entire state’s indoor dining and fitness industry after declaring that the scientific data he was in possession of told him those activities were dangerous to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Now, with the lack of any evidence to continue a prolonged chokehold on the industry, Murphy said if that data holds true, he could start easing restrictions on gyms and indoor dining across the state. Murphy initially cited a Chinese study that showed several restaurant patrons caught COVID-19 from a restaurant somewhere in China back in January as his science behind the extended closure of indoor dining this past summer.
“I think the extent to which, I would say a sustained lack of outbreaks in either gyms or indoor dining would ultimately, I can’t tell you when will ultimately lead to a decision on capacity,” he said.



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UPDATE SUNDAY 8-30 2020 Latest Guidelines and Protocols please read before entering club.
Gym /Health Club Protocols From the State: Please read and use
Gyms will be required to operate at 25% of indoor capacity. Because of our large facility we should be ok . Please we ask come in do your workout and finish.. Do not hang around at this time we dont want to limit times but if we see people just sitting around we will ask you to workout or exit.. Please talk outside if you wish to stay not inside..
Masks or face coverings must be worn by everyone at all times inside the SPORTS CLUB. NO EXCEPTIONS this is a state mandate
Basic club questions can made by phone, please keep them limited we are trying to get to everyone -cancelations should be made mail to limit physical interactions and follow up to us within week to see if we received( normal agreement protocol will apply) . People who are still waiting to see about coming back right away and need some time call use we can talk about a freeze instead of outright cancel.
Please read the Dr note we posted on website regards to healthclubs are cleaner than most businesses opening because of our though cleaning schedules.
There will be restrictions on indoor group x activities (such as cycling classes, and pilates and yoga classes) to one person for every 200 square feet of space in the room. As of now we still will have classes outdoor
Equipment must be six feet apart. If the equipment can’t be moved then certain machines must be flagged for non-use to comply with spacing.
***Equipment must be wiped down and cleaned before and after each use by members. Plus will be cleaned daily by staff on top of members cleaning
Limited occupancy in bathrooms/locker rooms DO NOT LINGER inside rooms please.
The use of showers at gyms are banned. NO showers
NO Exceptions ..
Club-goers should arrive in the clothes they plan to use for their workout or training, as well as bring their own hand towel, yoga mat, boxing gloves, and any other personal equipment.
There will be no water fountains -only bottled water sold and refrigerated drinks at front desk. NO shakes will be made
Health clubs must keep a log of workers and clients, including names and phone numbers, so the information could be made available to contact tracers in the event there’s a COVID-19 exposure at the facility.
Physical barriers like shield guards should be installed between customers and employees “wherever feasible.”
Health clubs should close or mark lockers to enforce 6 feet of social distancing and provide sanitizing wipes near the lockers or in the locker room.
Health clubs must close or limit waiting areas and, for class-based activities with distinct session times, ask customers to wait outside or in cars until 10 minutes prior to their class.
***As of now we will only be doing Outside classes until further notice
Gyms must limit access to the facility through the front door. Stay 6 ft apart while entering
Gyms need to place signage at entrances, on floors, and throughout the facility to instruct clients of the enhanced social distancing requirements.
Temperature checks and questionnaires of staff and clients need to be conducted upon entering the gym each time.
According to the state’s Department of Health, “Any individual who is found to have a temperature of 100.4 or above, or who answers yes to any of the following or similar questions, shall be denied entrance to the facility.” No Exceptions
***********The Questions:*********
Within the last 10 days have you been diagnosed with COVID-19, had a test confirming you have the virus, or been advised to self-isolate or quarantine by your doctor or a public health official? You will not be able to enter club
Have you had any one or more of the following symptoms today or within the past 24 hours, which is not new or not explained by another reason? (Fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, fatigue, headache, muscle/body aches, runny nose/congestion, new loss of taste or smell, or nausea, vomiting or diarrhea?)
In the past 14 days, have you had close contact … with an individual diagnosed with COVID-19?
In the event of a positive case of a worker, customer or vendor, gyms need to shut down and wait 24 hours before cleaning and disinfecting of the workplace in accordance with current CDC guidance.
Please we want all to feel safe and make a good transition to re open after being closed by state for so long.. Please wear the mask Thank You
After analyzing millions of member check-in data across 2,873 gyms, sports clubs and boutique fitness centers over the course of three months, The International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) and MXM, a technology and knowledge transfer company specializing in member tracking within the fitness industry, conclusively found that fitness facilities are safe and are not contributing to the spread of COVID-19.


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