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Fitness workers gather to protest against fresh restrictions to fight the pandemic.

17.10.2020 17:00
Representatives of the fitness industry in Poland protested on Saturday, against the new restrictions which envisage the closure of fitness centers, swimming pools and gyms.
Participants in a protest against COVID-19 measures in Warsaw on Saturday.
Participants in a protest against COVID-19 measures in Warsaw on Saturday.Photo: PAP/Mateusz Marek

Despite the ban on gatherings, they staged protests in several cities across the country demanding changes to the new regulations. “This is our end”, they chanted, “the government deprives us of jobs and livelihood”.

The protesters argued that physical activity especially in these times strengthens immunity and helps keeping up in good shape and that no one feeling ill will attend  a gym or go swimming.

According to epidemiologists, the threat is not in the fitness clubs or swimming pools but in huge gatherings of people. "We have to adhere to self distancing rules, avoid crowds  and keep our faces covered to limit the spread of the virus" point experts.

Source PAP