COVID: Delhi gyms to reopen after 2 months

New Delhi, June 27 (ANI): Delhi Gym Association is hopeful for a good response from people after Gyms and yoga centres have been allowed to reopen in the national capital from Monday at 50 per cent capacity. All fitness centres have been shut for over two months in order to contain the spread of COVID-19 and combat the second wave of the pandemic. However, even after witnessing a crumbling health care system that saw severe oxygen and bed shortages, the people running this business are positive that there will be a good response from Delhiites. Speaking to ANI on June 27, vice president of the Delhi Gym Association, Chirag Sethi said, "After two months, gyms are opening. The good thing is that we are ready with all the SOPs. We are prepared with sanitisation and slot systems. We can open the gym from tomorrow. We expect that people will come back as there has been a positive response in other cities like Gurugram and Jaipur where permission had been granted to reopen the gym.""People are thinking about health and fitness. So, I believe a good response will come this time," he said. Sethi further said that he has received several calls since morning about the timings of reopening the gym."People in this pandemic have learned that health is wealth. Everyone has understood that there is only one way to survive and that is, to be fit. I got around 20 calls since morning asking when the gym will open," he said.

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