corona virus 14-10-2020
Squash City will remain open and we can continue to offer a safe environment for you to work out and train within the club and outside in our undercover training area next to the club. However, the corona virus is causing more and more restrictions within our society. This has also had a significant impact on the club.
- All our fitness areas and our group lesson areas are set up in such a way to ensure ample social distancing. And we will ensure that no more than 30 guests will be present in any room/area at any one time. We insist that you be vigilant in adhering to a minimum of 1.5 meters social distancing at all times in all areas of the club.
- Squash courts can continue to be used for training purposes with a maximum of 2 guests per court. However, competitive games in the usual sense will not be possible as 1.5 meter social distancing must also be observed on the courts at all times. Games such as “Sides” where social distancing can be observed will be allowed. Squash lessons from our Squash coach Nick Kuys will also continue to be available.
- The restaurant and bar will remain closed until further notice.
- Shower areas are closed until further notice. Lockers are available for storage of valuables etc but changing of clothes is not permitted. Please ensure the use of clean indoor sport shoes at all times within the club.
- The wellness area – Sauna, infra-red sauna, steam room and relaxation area – is closed until further notice.
- Please also observe social distancing in all stairwells. Descending traffic has right of way. Please wait until the stairwells are free of traffic before using these.
Use of face masks is recommended but not mandatory at this time.
Please also observe all other corona related recommendations as set out by the government. We insist you do not enter the club areas if you are suffering from any corona virus related symptoms.
We can assure you that Squash City will continue to do its absolute best to provide the safest possible environment for you within the club.
Team Squash City.