CVRD suspends indoor group activities until further notice

Reservations required for individual activities at recreation centre

The Comox Valley Sports Centre facility will be suspending CVRD indoor group physical activities until further notice. Photo supplied

The Comox Valley Sports Centre facility will be suspending CVRD indoor group physical activities until further notice. Photo supplied

The latest provincial health orders have promoted the Comox Valley Sports Centre to suspend indoor group/adult physical activities as of 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, until further notice.

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The Comox Valley Regional District announced that the suspended CVRD programs and rental sport groups include:

  • CVRD led Aquacises – high/low intensity
  • CVRD led Shinny hockey
  • CVRD led Adult hockey programs
  • CVRD led Adult/Senior drop in preregistered hockey times
  • Adult recreational hockey groups/rentals
  • Adult Ringette groups/rentals

The CVRD notes that users can replace these activities can with individual exercise such as length swims and public skating to allow safe physical distancing of at least two metres.

People can also attend the wellness centre area where CVRD provides a low attendance ratio for safe physical distancing and to have cleaning protocol in place while people use equipment. Online reservation is required.

For child- and youth-structured physical activities and sports, these can resume (including skate and swim lessons) with physical distancing measures in place.

Reservations are required for all available programs. To reserve a time, visit www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/registration

The CVRD also reminds the public that the Aquatic Centre remains closed until further notice.

To review the CVRD safety plans, visit www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/covid19 and to sign up for schedule changes, visit www.comoxvalleyrd.ca/subscribe.

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