More workouts allowed

SOME activities are now allowed at Seberang Prai City Council’s (MBSP) sports and recreation complexes, said Datuk Rozali Mohamud (pic).

The MBSP mayor said the activities include several outdoor and indoor activities.

“Jogging and brisk walking at the tracks in MBSP sports and recreation complexes are allowed.

“Working out in the gymnasium is allowed.

“Outdoor activities such as football, hockey, lawn bowl and tennis are allowed and indoor sports such as badminton are allowed, but only for singles games or individual training.

“As for indoor sports such as singles badminton, it is allowed.

“No competitions or tournaments are allowed and group training is by reservation only for both indoor and outdoor activities.

“All sports activities which are allowed are only limited to 30% of its total actual capacity, ” he said in a statement yesterday.

Jogging tracks are open from 7am to 7pm whereas the operating hours for indoor sports activities and gymnasium are until 10pm.

“Activities in MBSP public swimming pool are still not allowed.

“Permission to use sports facilities owned by MBSP is with the approval of the mayor and will change from time to time according to circumstances.

“MBSP urges visitors to its sports and recreation complexes to comply with all standard operating procedures (SOP) during the movement control order and practise good hygiene at all times.

“In the event of non-compliance, MBSP reserves the right to direct visitors to leave or the sports and recreation complexes will be closed, ” he added.

According to Rozali, the activities are shortlisted from the SOP issued by the Youth and Sports Ministry and state youth and sports committee chairman.

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