This Monday, the government approved the declaration of a state of public calamity, with new rules to prevent and contain the covid-19 pandemic, which provide for a gradual process of returning to normal social life.
From 27 June, official training and sports activities are allowed, while collective recreational and leisure sports can be resumed on 13 July.
The timetable for individual sporting activities is extended from Monday to Friday from 5.30 am to 7.30 am and from 5 pm to 8.30 pm. On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays the individual sports practice can be done between 5.30 am and 7.30 pm.
The rules for the gymnasiums will be defined in a proper diploma, as well as the presence of spectators, which also has no prevision.
The regular hygiene of the sports venues and surfaces and the hand washing at the entrance of the sports venues are mandatory, as well as the use of face mask and a minimum distance of two meters, but in these two cases except in competition.
Physical and sporting activities in a non-competitive environment and in the open air may be practised, provided that a minimum distance of two metres between people is ensured for activities taking place side by side.
For activities taking place in a row, the minimum distance shall be four metres.
Sharing of materials and equipment, including sessions with personal trainers, as well as access to the use of changing rooms is also prohibited.