Castalla reopens sports facilities with the restrictions of Phase 1 of the de-climbing


Users will be able to practice racket sports within a set schedule, respecting hygiene measures and social distance

The municipal sports centre of Castalla opened its doors again to the public last Monday, according to the conditions set by the Government for Phase 1 of the de-climbing. For the moment, the racket sports areas are the first to be restored to normal: one-on-one tennis, one-on-one paddle tennis, individual frontenis and individual pilota Valenciana. The Consistory hopes to be able to open the rest of the facilities as soon as possible once the regulations allow it, so that they can be used with the maximum guarantees of safety and hygiene and to minimize the possibility of infection by coronavirus.

The Department of Sports has determined a series of preventive measures in the use of sports facilities in order to exercise with the minimum possible risk. As explained by the head of Sports, Román Sáez, “to ensure the health of users, they must go through a series of protective measures, such as taking body temperature, hand hygiene with hydroalcoholic gel and disinfect the soles of the shoes through a mat.

In addition, users must keep a physical distance of two metres, enter with personal protective equipment consisting of a mask and gloves and, while playing, must wear a glove on their infrequent hand. For the same reason, the changing rooms, toilets, showers or public fountains may not be used. Sáez insists that “these measures are essential and must be complied with so that the residents of Castalla can start playing sport in the municipal facilities without running any kind of risk”.

The sports centre will be open from Monday to Friday from 7:00 to 13:00 in the morning and from 16:00 to 22:00 in the afternoon. On Saturday it will be possible to go to the sports facilities from 8:00 to 13:00 and from 16:00 to 19:00. On Sunday it will be possible to access the sports centre from 8:00 to 13:00.

To avoid crowding, residents should stick to the age ranges provided during the state of alarm for sport. In this way, users between 14 and 70 years old will be able to do sport in the first shift, between 7:00 and 10:00. The next section, until 11:00, corresponds to people who need to go out accompanied for reasons of necessity and who are over 70 years old. This group will be able to enjoy the facilities again between 19:00 and 20:00. The central hours of the day, between 11:00 and 19:00, are reserved for minors under 14 years of age, always accompanied by their father, mother or legal guardian.

To be able to do sport on the different tracks available, users must make a reservation by appointment 48 hours in advance at the e-mail or by telephone 673 96 45 07.

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