Abu Dhabi allows resumption of more sports activities with Covid safety measures
Cricket and cycling among other activities for those under 12 years of age also permitted.
The Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC) announced the resumption of additional sporting activities in the capital on Tuesday.
The list of approved activities now includes aquatic sport and swimming at public and private clubs. Individual training activities in martial arts and self-defence in private clubs will also be allowed to resume.
.@AbuDhabiSC allows the resumption of more sports activities in the emirate, with continuing emphasis on following all precautionary and safety measures, including periodic sterilisation operations and approval from ADSC. pic.twitter.com/on9g4FvvwV- ???? ?????? ???????? (@admediaoffice) August 4, 2020
The announcement also noted that individual training conducted in open spaces for those under 12 years of age will be permitted for the following activities:
> Equestrian sports
All the above activities have been permitted to resume, provided they adhere to all precautionary and safety measures, including periodic sterilisation operations and approval from ADSC.
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