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Australia Gyms and tattoo parlours will open in New South Wales from June 13 - with 10 people in classes and 100 people per venue

05:26  02 june  2020
05:26  02 june  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The New South Wales government will announce this week when gyms can re- open after two months of lockdown. Gyms are open in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory and will re- open in Victoria From June 5, large venues can host up to 20 people in each separate area.

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a group of people posing for the camera: The New South Wales government has announced when gyms can re-open after two months of lockdown © Provided by Daily Mail The New South Wales government has announced when gyms can re-open after two months of lockdown Gyms, studios, indoor pools, tattoo parlours and massage parlours can re-open in New South Wales from 13 June, the state government announced today. 

Venues will be allowed 100 people at a time but classes will be limited to 10. 

Community sport for under-18s will restart on 1 July but a date has not been set for when adult sport can resume.

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New South Wales, which has 1,500 gyms, is the final jurisdiction in Australia to announce when they can open their doors after two months of lockdown.

What will be allowed from 13 June? 

From 13 June, the following will be allowed:

· Fitness, gymnasiums, pilates, yoga and dance studios can reopen with up to 10 people per class and 100 people in an indoor venue;

· Community centres, including their recreational facilities, can reopen;

· Some indoor recreational facilities including pools and saunas can also reopen with restricted numbers;

· Tattoo and massage parlours can reopen with up to 10 clients

The four square metre rule must be applied at all times. 

Fitness Australia chief executive Barry Elvish said the ban was 'totally illogical' when pubs and clubs were allowed 50 people. 

Gyms are open in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory and will re-open in Victoria on 22 June. 

In Queensland, indoor gyms reopen and from Friday June 5 can have up to 20 people.

In the ACT businesses, including gyms, can now have 20 people at a time with this expected to be raised to 50 on June 15. 

NSW recorded six new cases on Monday, all returned travellers in quarantine. The state has not had any locally transmitted cases since Wednesday 27 May. 

Deputy Premier John Barilaro said: 'I'm proud of this state for following the health advice and flattening the curve to such a point, where we can now re-introduce kids' sports and open gyms.

'Sport and exercise boosts morale and this is exactly what NSW needs right now.'

a person posing for the camera: Gyms have opened in Queensland and can have up to 20 people. Pictured: Nicole Hall, 28, cleans weights at Club Bunker in Brisbane on Sunday ahead of today's reopening © Provided by Daily Mail Gyms have opened in Queensland and can have up to 20 people. Pictured: Nicole Hall, 28, cleans weights at Club Bunker in Brisbane on Sunday ahead of today's reopening

NSW Acting Minister for Sport, Geoff Lee said indoor and outdoor community sports for those aged 18 years and under are ready to return from 1 July.

'Children and young people will be thrilled they can get together with friends and teammates again and I am sure parents will welcome the news too,' Mr Lee said.

'NSW loves sport, and I am so pleased clubs and organisations will now be able to plan their fixtures list for their seasons to resume.'

A decision on a potential return date for adult community sport will be made at a later stage.

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Seeheim-Jugenheim (ots) - A building complex in the Beethovenring was targeted by criminals during the night of Friday (June 5th). Unknown people tried to open the main entrance door of the building as well as the door of a gym there with the use of force. The uninvited guests were not able to do this, so they went far away. Nevertheless, the criminals left a damage of several hundred euros.

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