Extra layers of protection

Archers use alternate lanes to ensure social distancing while at Stars Archery in Sunway Pyramid. — Photos by SAM THAM, SHAARI CHE MAT and LOW LAY PHON/The Star

SINCE indoor sports and recreation centres were allowed to resume operations last month, their operators have set up their own safety precautions in addition to government guidelines for their customers’ well-being.The rest bay outside the batting cage at It’s A Hit ensures customers adhere to social distancing.The rest bay outside the batting cage at It’s A Hit ensures customers adhere to social distancing.

While some of the initiatives are creative, others are necessary, although they can affect the customers’ experience while engaging in the activities.

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