Morelia, Michoacán- (OEM-Infomex) .- For a few weeks, the State Commission for Physical Culture and Sports of Michoacán (Cecufid) has resumed activity within its facilities, with the aim that users remain active after the closing due to the pandemic.
However, the hours are maintained from 6 am to 8 pm from Monday to Friday for any activity and on Saturdays it is only open for swimming lessons.
Both the facilities of the unit, as the Army of the Revolution Sports Center, better known as “El Venus”, retain the admission protocol: wash your hands, use of face masks and only 30% of their capacity, because, despite After announcing the change to green traffic light in the state, the sports governing body has not received any notification about the reestablishment of hours and customary days.
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Any interested party has the right to enter and perform physical activity outdoors or also take any of the classes offered such as boxing and swimming. Likewise, they can enroll in the academies “of badminton, tennis, volleyball, basketball, athletics, rugby, boll, artistic swimming and gymnastics; all these activities are open to the public of all ages”, says Cynthia González, in charge of the department of Cecufid Social Sport.
For those interested, it is necessary to highlight that each one handles their age and time requirements, in addition to the cost. These have medical, psychological, nutritional and physiotherapy services, which are provided by the dependency, according to information from González.