More rules for booking of MBPJ facilities


Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) has imposed additional conditions for booking of council-managed sports complexes, multipurpose halls, community halls and fields.

MBPJ said in a statement that the conditions, effective Sept 1, were in line with recovery movement control order (MCO) measures set by the Federal Government.

Users at the council-managed sports facilities must register their attendance via the MySejahtera or Selangkah systems or manual logbooks, and practise physical distancing.

Based on the type of sport or activity, the maximum number of people allowed at any one time is as follows:

• Six people at squash court areas;

• 10 people at tennis or badminton court areas;

• 10 people for Zumba, taichi, silat, silambam, taekwondo and line dancing sessions;

• 15 people on the courts for basketball, volleyball and futsal;

• 20 people per team for football.

Senior citizens aged 60 and above are not encouraged to enter any of the sports facilities.

Children aged 12 and below are allowed to enter sports facilities for activities run by clubs or associations, on condition that they have permission from their parents or guardian.

Bookings for sports activities are from 8am to 9pm only.

MBPJ added that the council would not be responsible for any costs or losses incurred throughout the recovery MCO.

Meanwhile, the MBPJ Swimming Pool Complex at SS7, Kelana Jaya, will remain closed until Nov 15 for water tank replacement works.

For details, call 03-7960 1216/ 1219/ 1220.

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