Guidelines for re-opening fitness centers & gyms
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SubjectCOVID-19 (Disease)--South Carolina--Prevention; Coronavirus infections--South Carolina--Prevention; Gymnasiums--Health aspects--South Carolina; Physical fitness centers--Health aspects--South Carolina; Gymnasiums--South Carolina--Safety measures; Physical fitness centers--South Carolina--Safety measures
The Department of Social Services and the Department of Health & Environmental Control have worked together to develop the following guidelines to fitness centers and gyms in re-opening quickly and safely. In addition to actions specific to minimizing the spread of COVID-19, the following guidelines incorporate general health and safety recommendations.
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