Idaho gyms, recreational facilities allowed to reopen during phase 2


BOISE, Idaho — Indoor gyms and recreational facilities will be allowed to reopen under Phase 2 of Idaho’s reopening plan.

These facilities include those with exercise equipment, indoor pools, tennis courts, racquet or squash courts, batting cages, bowling alleys or putt-putt golf. Waterparks, trampoline parks and arcades are not eligible to reopen until Phase 3.

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Idaho’s four-phase plan began earlier this month and allots roughly two weeks for each phase. The state will only move into the next phase should health officials deem it safe to do so. Phase 2 is set to begin on May 16.

The Panhandle Health District released a list of guidelines Wednesday that recreational facilities are expected to follow. That list is available below:

Stage 2 Requirements for Gy… by Erin Robinson on Scribd

Additional guidance for the forthcoming stages will be released at a later. All guidance has been created by health officials and more can be found on the Panhandle Health District’s website. 

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