All sport activities that are not organised events can be held as long as strict mitigation measures are adhered to, according to new public health guidelines.
The guidelines clear the confusion that erupted after “organised sport activities” were banned last week as part of new restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19.
MaltaToday had reported on the matter last Monday, when people were photographed playing padel, a racquet sport, over the weekend.
The new guidelines will allow tennis, jogging, fitness, dance, horse riding and padel, among others to continue being practiced individually subject to mitigation measures.
According to the guidelines, the Public Health Superintendent gives permission for sport and physical activities that are not organised events to be held as long as the outdoor group limit of not more than four people is respected.
The guidelines also prohibit…
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