Elite games continue, but in England all grassroots sports are suspended.

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Action taken after the lockout announcement by Boris JohnsonThe golf courses, tennis courts, gyms and swimming pools in England close by

After strict new closure rules were introduced on Monday night, the all-clear has been issued for professional sports, but there are signs of a further decrease in activity levels for everyone after golf courses, tennis courts and outdoor gyms will have to close for at least seven weeks. Organized team sports for children under 18 are also on hold under the new rules announced by Prime Minister Boris

With most gyms and swimming pools already closed due to the Level 4 restrictions imposed on most of England in December, most individuals will be restricted to outdoor cycling, running or walking – which is permitted until Feb. 22 if accompanied by another person – or exercising at home.

There will be exceptions for disabled sports and elite youth events, however, and golf will still be permitted in Scotland. Although UK Involved, representing more than 4,000 gyms and leisure centers, agreed that steps are important to prevent the spread of new variants of the coronavirus, it also cautioned that they eventually put employment and businesses at risk in the industry and warned of the risks to the physical and male people “The further restrictions show the seriousness of this new chapter in the fight against Covid-19 and it is vital that they are respected,” said UK Active Chief Executive Huw Edwards.

“But we also understand that physical activity levels dropped sharply and significantly during the previous closures despite positive government encouragement. Before it is too late, the UK government must protect this sector. “Operators of all sizes across the UK are sounding the alarm that their businesses are not sustainable and risk substantial job losses if they are forced to close again without a Despite the cancellation of more than 50 matches in the Premier League, English Football League and National League since Christmas, elite sport has been given the green light as the government is pleased with the preparation and competition safety arrangements. England is nervously awaiting Covid test results after Moeen Ali found positiveContinue readingThere are still no plans for the Premier L L “

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