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Fiji Sports Council Reopens Some Facilities

The opened facilities are Victoria Tennis Courts for squash and tennis; Multi-Purpose Courts and the National Netball Centre for volleyball.
22 May 2020 15:49
Fiji Sports Council Reopens Some Facilities
Victoria Tennis Courts in Suva. Photo: Fiji Sports Council

The Fiji Sports Council has reopened some of its facilities for non-contact sports activities and meetings yesterday.

This is in accordance with the latest Government and Ministry of Health COVID-19 advisory.

The opened facilities are Victoria Tennis Courts for squash and tennis; Multi-Purpose Courts and the National Netball Centre for volleyball.

Currently, non-contact sports permissible are basically on a recreational level and not for organised sports or sporting clubs’ activities. Additionally, some facilities, which have meeting rooms, are now available for hire.

The Damodar City Aquatic Centre, the ANZ Stadium and the National Fitness Centre at this stage, remain closed.

As part of the reopening of these above-mentioned facilities, there are now stringent hygiene and safety protocols in place.

This is basically to uphold the health and safety specifications of the facilities and the wellbeing of all patrons and staff who will use these facilities.

For bookings or queries, patrons are requested to contact the Fiji Sports Council’s Operations Department on 331 2177 or 5232, between the hours of 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday; or leave a message on the Fiji Sports Council Facebook page.

 

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