The importance of hygiene & health during COVID-19

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Many gyms and fitness clubs have had to close their doors during the pandemic, taking away an important outlet for the many members who regularly go to the gym to safeguard their physical and mental health. With restrictions still underway in many countries, it is vital that the fitness and health clubs that are able to open to the public take all the precautions necessary to keep their members and staff safe and healthy.

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It’s no secret that the fitness and physical activity sector has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, fitness facilities have faced a seemingly constant loop of closures and restrictions over this last year. The fitness sector has had to move quickly and adapt to ensure that staff and members could find an alternative way of operating.

THINK Active independent assessment – Final report revealing low Covid-19 risk in fitness clubs

EuropeActive, the leading voice and non-profit association for the European fitness and physical activity sector, is pleased to announce that results from total sample data collected by SafeACTiVE survey platform and ukactive Research Institute have revealed low levels of Covid-19 risk in fitness clubs and leisure facilities. With more than 115 million visits analysed, the average infection rate sits at 1.12 per 100.000 visits.

SafeACTiVE Study – Preliminary results showing extremely low levels of Covid-19 risk in fitness clubs

EuropeActive, the leading voice and non-profit association for the European fitness and physical activity sector, is pleased to announce that preliminary data collected by King Juan Carlos University and AWRC-Sheffield Hallam University reveals extremely low levels of Covid-19 risk in fitness clubs and leisure facilities. With more than 62 million visits analysed, the average infection rate sits at 0.78 per 100.000 visits.

SafeACTiVE Study – An independent assessment to measure COVID-19 infection risk in fitness clubs and leisure facilities

EuropeActive, the leading voice and non-profit association for the European fitness and physical activity sector, together with research and evaluation partners AWRC-Sheffield Hallam University and King Juan Carlos University, has already started the data collection process for the SafeACTiVE Study, the first initiative focused on actual confirmed COVID-19 cases in fitness facilities and leisure centres across Europe when compared to the actual number of visits in the same facilities.