Restrictions on sports training, skateparks, public amenities and Council buildings put in place across the Hilltops region to help prevent the spread of coronavirus are beginning to ease.
From the 1st of June, sports training will be allowed to resume. At this time, competition matches will not be permitted, including friendly matches during training. All training will need to be conducted in accordance with the Public Health Order, which is available for viewing on the NSW Government website.
Personal training will also be allowed to resume, with a limit of 10 people including the trainer. Equipment cannot be shared during sessions.
“We thank sporting groups and the wider community for their patience during the time they have been unable to utilise our facilities. I encourage everyone including coaches and personal trainers to familiarise themselves with current guidelines and ensure they are being met at all times,” said Hilltops Council General Manager Anthony O’Reilly.
Skateparks reopened to the public on Monday, with a limit of 10 people in the park at a time.
All public toilets across the region reopened on Tuesday, after the majority closed to focus on regular cleaning of select amenities to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Libraries and Visitor Information Centres across Hilltops will also reopen on June the 1st with limits to the number of people allowed inside in line with the 4 square metres per person rule. Sanitising stations and sneeze guards will be in place, along with social distancing markers and signage.
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