COVID-19 guidelines for health and safety.
We want you to stay safe while working out. Exercise plays an important role in reversing chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and obesity. Since the presence of these diseases is a leading contributor to morbidity and mortality from COVID-19 infections, RallySport plays a vital role in combating COVID-19.
In order to maximize the positive impact of your workouts as we transition thru this pandemic, we will continue the following health and safety measures at our facility:
- Unvaccinated individuals ARE required to wear masks at all times indoors.
- Fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear masks indoors.
2. Ventilation monitoring
- We monitor aerosol levels using a CO2 monitor, and maintain a carbon dioxide level of less than 600 parts per million (ppm), indicating effective ventilation with outside air.
3. Private workout spaces
- We have 2 fully equipped 800 sq. ft. spaces people can reserve to workout independently.
- The schedule includes 30 minutes between participants to minimize passing exposures and allow time for equipment sanitization.
- All group fitness classes will be held either outside or in the 3rd floor group fitness room to maximize space and distancing availability
- Appropriate physical distancing is suggested at all times.
- Sanitizing wipes are available for high touch surfaces, and hand sanitizer stations are placed throughout the facility for frequent use.
7. Risk Assessment
All members and staff should conduct a personal risk assessment that includes risk tolerance in accordance with age and medical conditions for each individual and close contacts such as family members.
RallySport adheres to all local health guidelines and regulations. Should there be a discrepancy between government requirements and RallySport standards, the stricter standard will apply.
- Any staff members identified as having COVID-19 must isolate in accordance with CDC guidelines and local health requirements. Known contacts of any infected individuals will be notified and encouraged to quarantine and/or undergo testing in accordance with CDC guidelines and local health orders.
- These guidelines are based on the best information currently available and will be revised as necessary.