The New Normal Post Lockdown? Treadmills Fitted With Protective Screens

Harin - May 25, 2020


The New Normal Post Lockdown? Treadmills Fitted With Protective Screens

Photos of Hongkongers working out in a gym after lockdown has become viral. As a precaution gyms have installed plastic screens between exercise equipment.

Hong Kong has started relaxing its COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Residents can now go to the gyms, bars, beauty salons, restaurants as well as other public places that were previously shut down to prevent the spread of the virus.

In the past two weeks, the country witnessed a decrease in the virus’ local transmission. Thus, city officials have allowed eight types of businesses to partially reopen but with conditions.

Recently, photos of people In Hong Kong working out in a gym after lockdown has become viral. Everyone who wants to visit a gym has to complete a health declaration before having a temperature check.

Hong Kong Gym
Hong Kong gyms have also installed plastic screens between exercise equipment as a precaution.

Once they come inside the gym, they need to rub their hands with a hand sanitizer, use disinfectant to wipe their machines. Furthermore, they have to clean their phones with alcohol wipes and maintain social-distancing all the time.

Hong Kong gyms have also installed plastic screens between exercise equipment as a precaution.

The government has also relaxed restrictions on how many people can meet in public or eat together in a restaurant to eight people.

Hong Kong Social Distancing
The government has also relaxed restrictions on how many people can meet in public or eat together in a restaurant to eight people.

Saunas, night clubs, party rooms, and karaoke lounges still have to shut down for at least two weeks more.

On May 19, Carrie Lam, Hong Kong Chief Executive announced the relaxation. However, she also encouraged the residents to stay alert as she warned there could be a resurgence.

Hong Kong had never implemented a full lockdown, but rather prohibited people gathering as large crowds allow the virus to transmit easily.

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