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CRCC shuts down fitness classes amid new health orders

Recreational, gym activities monitored but still proceeding

The latest provincial health orders have hit home.

Over the next two weeks, the District of Kent Community Recreation and Cultural Centre has suspended all fitness classes until further notice. The weight room will continue to offer training sessions during scheduled times.

The CRCC’s recreation programming will continue was scheduled, and any activities in the gymnasium will be subject to further monitoring.

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“If you are feeling sick or if you have been exposed to any person feeling unwell, please stay home and self-monitor,” the Nov. 8 announcement reads. “As per [provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry], it is an expectation that residents wear a protective face covering and maintain social distance when in an indoor, public space.”

Any questions or concerns can be forwarded to crccinfo@kentbc.ca or 604-796-8891.


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