SPAS and gyms in England can finally reopen their saunas, steam rooms and thermal facilities with immediate effect after being closed for six months.
The government published new guidance on October 1.
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When will saunas and steam rooms reopen?
Saunas and steam rooms can reopen with immediate effect the UK government have announced.
This will come as welcomed news for the spa industry who were left frustrated when saunas and steam rooms were unable to reopen on August 15 as originally planned.
What are the new rules?
When did gyms reopen?
Gyms in England reopened from July 25.
The news came as a welcome relief to bulging Brits looking to regain their fitness after months of gyms and leisure centres being shut.
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But there have been noticeable changes to minimise the spread of coronavirus while adhering to new government guidelines.
Gyms must limit the number of people allowed to work out at any one time and equipment must be thoroughly disinfected after each use.