AT A GLANCE HOW TO PLAY IT SAFE

Metro (UK) - - NEWS -

GYMS AND LEISURE CEN­TRES:

■ Re­duced class sizes and timed ses­sions to limit num­ber of peo­ple us­ing the fa­cil­ity at any one time.

■ Equip­ment will be spaced out and mark­ings put on stu­dio floors to en­cour­age so­cial dis­tanc­ing.

■ Clients and staff en­cour­aged to shower and change at home.

SWIM­MING POOLS:

■ En­sure an ap­pro­pri­ate num­ber of peo­ple in pool at any one time.

■ But­ter­fly stroke is banned.

RECRE­ATIONAL SPORT:

■ Con­tact de­tails of par­tic­i­pants must be col­lected to help with test and trace ef­forts.

■ Play­ers, of­fi­cials, vol­un­teers and spec­ta­tors must self-as­sess for any virus-like symp­toms.

■ Avoid equip­ment shar­ing and hand­shakes or hud­dles.

■ Clean balls when out of play, to min­imise in­fec­tion risk.

■ Six-per­son limit in club­houses and bars.

BEAUTY SA­LONS:

■ Try to en­sure 2m dis­tanc­ing; if not pos­si­ble, wear a vi­sor.

■ Keep ac­tiv­ity time as brief as pos­si­ble and work side-to-side or back-to-back, not face-to-face.

■ Use screens or bar­ri­ers to sep­a­rate clients.

OUT­DOOR PER­FOR­MANCES:

■ Re­duce venue ca­pac­ity and limit ticket sales.

■ On­line tick­ets sales only.

■ Only per­form­ers should sing or play in­stru­ments.

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