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Sports clubs are extremely disappointed with the decision taken by the Government to ban indoor sports training (classes) in sports clubs, supplementing the Cabinet of Ministers regulations no. 360 “Epidemiological safety measures to limit the spread of Covid-19 infection” (hereinafter – the Regulations) with Clause 31.1, which provides: “From 17 October 2020 to 6 November 2020, sports training (classes) shall be organized outdoors, individually or remotely. Changing rooms are not used when organizing group sports trainings
In our opinion, there is no economic justification for the possibility to open only to vaccinated, COVID-19-infected and tested customers, it may rather lead to the bankruptcy of the industry, therefore LVFA members decided at the general meeting not to open such a condition. (The exception is one municipal company and two very small fitness studios.) We are already in a very limited situation - we have applied for additional state financial support, as the existing support does not reach us due to the specifics of our work (square footage is relatively small) . At the moment, the government a
The October 2020 IHRSA report found that 95% of sports club members lack at least one aspect of their club, and more than half are dissatisfied with being forced to stop their training routine. Despite the intimidating stories in the media that the boom in home fitness inspired by COVID will mean the end of traditional sports clubs, it is gratifying that most sports club members want to return to training in the gym. "Since the reopening of the sports and fitness clubs in June and July, we have seen a large number of members want to return to the club as soon as possible, and we are almost bac
The Association "Latvian Health and Fitness Association" was founded on October 30, 2007, with the aim to unite the leading fitness club as representatives of employers (legal entities), industry specialists - coaches and university teachers to develop the fitness and health industry, as well as promote public physical activity and improve the overall state of public health in Latvia.
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