PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Tennis and pickleball courts within the Pittsburgh space have reopened, in keeping with Citiparks.
Outside tennis & pickleball courts are open. To stop the additional unfold of COVID-19, we’ve adopted new guidelines for the protection of our patrons, you possibly can hyperlink to them right here: https://t.co/1LwbNgtf4E…
Mellon Park Tennis Middle stays closed. pic.twitter.com/DuuFCT1fql
— Citiparks (@Citiparks) May 23, 2020
Frick, Highland, McKinley, Schenley and Allegheny Commons Parks will likely be open for public use. The group says that Mellon Park Tennis Middle remains to be closed to the general public.
Reopened courts will adhere to a lot of restrictions to keep up social distancing. Play is proscribed to singles solely, and each different courtroom needs to be used when there’s low foot site visitors. If others are ready for a courtroom, there’s a one hour time restrict for many who are at present utilizing the courtroom. It is suggested that patrons bodily distance, put on a masks whereas ready and sanitize their fingers and the objects round them continuously.
A full listing of the principles might be discovered on the city’s Parks and Recreation website.
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