Sporting our bodies in Barbados are anticipating a recent set of COVID-19 directives from Sunday when hopefully some leeway can be given for aggressive actions to restart.
Such hopes had been raised when the Minister of Well being Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic, Minister of Sports activities Dwight Sutherland, Chief Medical Officer Dr Kenneth George, head of the Covid-19 Monitoring Unit, Ronald Chapman, and different officers met with the heads of over 40 sporting associations yesterday to debate the framework for gradual resumption of coaching, competitors, and the return of spectators.
All the mass aggressive sports activities like soccer, basketball, cricket, hockey, volleyball and netball had been represented together with the racquet video games, swimming, boxing, biking, motor sports activities in addition to these of the equine nature.
Bostic stated that they weren’t a decision-making committee however with the latest directives ending on Saturday night time and, in recognition of the bodily, social, psychological and monetary significance of sports activities to Barbadians, they wanted enter from the sporting heads on methods to step by step reopen aggressive sport. (KB)
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