San Francisco Closes Gyms In Government Buildings After Private Gym Owners Voice Outrage

San Francisco Closes Gyms In Government Buildings After Private Gym Owners Voice Outrage


San Francisco reportedly ordered government-run gyms and fitness centers to close on Wednesday after private gym owners spoke out against the city, which had already been forcing private-run gyms to stay closed.

According to The San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Health Director Dr. Tomás Aragón distributed a letter to city officials Wednesday explaining that city-run gyms, such as those in police departments and at City Hall, contained the same risk of spreading coronavirus as private gyms, and as such, should not remain open.

“I recognize that there has been some confusion about the interplay between my orders and the changing State orders and Cal-OSHA requirements and some question about what is allowed as Essential Governmental Services under my orders,” Aragón wrote in the letter, obtained by the Chronicle. “But the same health and safety concerns that have compelled me to temporarily close indoor gyms due to potential transmission of COVID‐19 apply to the operation of the indoor City gyms.

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