NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City parks and recreation centers, which have been closed since last March, will reopen next week.
Thirteen centers will open Monday to members only.READ MORE: Road To Reopening: Dance Parties, Watch Parties Feature Happy Crowds In New York City And Beyond
Centers will operate at reduced capacity, and mask wearing is required.
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Officials say equipment has been arranged to promote social distancing, and shared equipment will be cleaned frequently.READ MORE: New Jersey Lab Comes Up With Rapid Analysis Test That Specifically Looks For COVID-19 Delta Variant
Indoor pools remain closed to the public.
Indoor programming will also resume at New York City senior centers on Monday.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio says the centers cannot discriminate, so they’ll be open to both vaccinated and unvaccinated people.MORE NEWS: Debate Heats Up Over How Long Island Should Allocate Federal COVID-19 Rescue Money
Masks, social distancing and daily health screenings will be required for everyone.