Gym to reopen without state’s approval

Tom Hatten, founder and CEO of Mountainside Fitness, reacts Tuesday to a court ruling throwing out his challenge to the decision by Gov. Doug Ducey to close gyms through at least July 27. /Capitol Media Services photo by Howard Fischer

By Howard Fischer |  Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times

Arizonans waiting to get back into exercise routines during the COVID-19 pandemic may not have to wait much longer.

And they also could go to theaters and even to some bars — assuming they operate more like restaurants.

Data from the state Department of Health Services shows that businesses in Cochise, Coconino, Greenlee, La Paz and Yavapai counties already can reopen providing they follow certain health protocols. That means everything from physical distancing and mask requirements to enhanced cleaning procedures.

There’s a limit of 25% capacity for gyms, and 50% for movie theaters and bars.

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