US News In Paris, minors licensed in a club can finally access gymnasiums
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While the Ministry of Sports recommended allowing minors who are members of a club to be able to continue their practice, the police headquarters published a first order going against this instruction, before reversing on Saturday evening.
It's the end of a ping-pong in the mist. After nearly two days of uncertainty, the Paris police headquarters finally ruled on Saturday evening: minors made redundant in amateur clubs will be able to practice their sport in the gymnasiums of the capital. A certain confusion reigned until this clarification: following consultation with the players in the sector, the Ministry of Sports published on Fridayin force in the equipment covered in enhanced alert zones and maximum alert zones, specifying that only high-level athletes, school and extracurricular students as well as minors practicing in sports associations would be authorized to access this equipment. But a few hours later, indicated that only schoolchildren, extracurriculars and high-level athletes would be allowed to train in Parisian gyms, clubs and sports halls, without saying anything minors training in associations. Many gyms were closed on Saturday. Until, on Saturday evening, the prefect Didier Lallemant decided to align himself with the recommendations issued by the Ministry of Sports, valid from now and at least until October 9 inclusive.
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Amateur sport is worried
For adults, however, practice remains very limited. On Wednesday evening, Paris and ten other cities were"enhanced alert zone", leading to a series of new measures intended to stem the spread of the virus. As early as Wednesday evening, the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, announced the closure of sports halls and gymnasiums, believing that "these are confined spaces where wearing a mask is impossible or even at least complex and which are unfortunately places of significant contamination ”. Outdoor sports activities for adults remain authorized, as well as access to the capital's swimming pools.
But for many representatives of amateur sport, this decision to close left a bitter taste. Thus, Nicolas Rougon, president of the Paris Lutte Olympique club interviewed by AFP, assured: "We do everything to have a bubble around training, the protocol is much more secure than on the terrace", specifying not to have no case of contamination to deplore. On its Instagram account, the Swedish Fit association (formerly known as "Swedish gym") expressed its "disappointment" and "surprise", stressing that it had put in place "the necessary measures for a responsible practice". And to add: "Why do you want to put an end to the sport which, everyone knows, is beneficial for the health and for the maintenance of the immune defenses?" In an open letter to the government, baptized "Save my yoga", several Parisian yoga halls denounced a decision which "signs the death sentence of yoga centers", taken "without consultation, without anticipation" and called the executive to “review its position”. Saturday, Pierre Rabadan, sports assistant of the city hall of Paris, also hoped: "For adults, we continue the discussions", he tweeted.
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