Sports activities, open air facilities, training camps

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Sports and exercise events are seen as training activities that take place in open air.

As of Friday, June 19, the government decided to replace the 2+2 rule with a requirement for dispersion. This means that people need to keep a safe distance from each other. The requirement for dispersion replaces the current 2+2 rule everywhere in the public space. Instead, people must keep distance from other people during public events, public meetings, as well as at sporting events, museums, and exhibitions, etc.

As of June 1, it is allowed to open sports clubs, including gyms and swimming pools for indoor training, provided that certain special conditions are met. The organiser must guarantee the adherence to:

  • the requirement that indoors the maximum capacity of 50% of the premises is used at most;
  • the requirement that outdoors there can be no more than 100 participants.

From June 1 to June 30 the limit of 100 participants applies to holding sports competitions indoors without spectators. Sports competitions held outdoors can have spectators, considering that the number of participants may not exceed 100. The organiser must ensure that disinfectants are available.

As of July 1, it is allowed to hold both outdoor and indoor sports competitions with spectators under certain conditions. The organiser must guarantee the adherence to:

  • the requirement that indoors the maximum capacity of 50% of the premises is used at most, but no more than 500 people.
  • the requirement that outdoors there can be no more than 1000 people, (both the participants and spectators together).

Last updated: 30.06.2020 08:51

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Applying for and granting the coaching allowance and paying your salary will continue as usual. On-site inspections by the Sports Training and Information Foundation will not be organized until the situation normalises.

Last updated: 31.03.2020 22:21

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Indeed, as of June 1, it is again possible to visit water parks, spas, saunas etc for leisure purposes. For this aim, special conditions must be met. The provider of the service must ensure the adherence to:

  • making sure the information is provided through the booking systems and other methods regarding the requirement to maintain the distance.
  • the requirement of no more than 50% occupancy rate.

Last updated: 18.05.2020 10:53

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As of June 1, it is allowed to open sports clubs, including gyms, spa┬┤s and swimming pools for indoor sports training. The organiser must assure that the following conditions are met:

  • the requirement that indoors the maximum capacity of 50% of the premises is used at most;
  • the requirement that outdoors there can be no more than 100 participants.

Last updated: 30.06.2020 08:51

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