Additional preventive measures at our sports clubs from 25.11.2020, updated 5.12.2020
In order to make it safe for all of us to continue training, we have introduced additional preventive measures based on the orders of the government of the Republic of Estonia from 25.11.2020, updated 5.12.2020
- When entering the club, a mask must be worn in the service area. The mask is not mandatory in the gym, group trainings, SPA and locker rooms. Mask is mandatory in Narva Fama club, throughout the club. This obligation does not apply to children under the age of 12 or if wearing a mask is not possible for health reasons, special needs, the nature of work or activity, or other important reasons.
- The maximum occupancy of group training from 25.11 in Tallinn, Viimsi and Narva, from 30.11 in Tartu, is 10 people + trainer. From 6.12 group trainings in Narva Fama club have been suspended.
- From 25.11, we will reduce the duration of most training classes to 30 minutes, in order to spread the workouts and offer different club members the opportunity to participate in group training.
- We continue to follow the 2 + 2 rule.
- The use of a training towel is still mandatory (on the mat, on the bench, on the training device, on the floor).
- We still disinfect equipment before and after training.
In addition, to protect the health and safety of our club members and visitors, we have taken the following measures:
- Contactless access to clubs (including group training).
- The club is equipped with hand and equipment disinfectants.
- We have provided masks and gloves for the employees of the sports club.
- People with symptoms are prohibited from visiting the clubs.
- It is obligatory to disinfect training equipment and mats before and after use.
- It is obligatory to use a personal training towel in each training session to avoid contact with the training equipment/mat.
- The club cleaning services are elevated to a higher level.
- The number of group trainings and participants is reduced.
- We offer long opening times, which helps to disperse the intensity of visits.