Parks, outdoor spaces reopen in Clark but protocols strictly enforced
Parks, open spaces, bike paths, and other communal outdoor spaces reopened on Thursday but with strict compliance to health protocols, according to the Clark Development Corp.
Based on a memorandum circular issued on Monday, the state-run firm lifted the temporary suspension of recreational activities at the Clark freeport that started on September 1.
But the CDC said health protocols would be strictly implemented in Clark parks and other outdoor public spaces.
Only individuals aged 15 to 65 years old, with the exception of those with comorbidities or are currently pregnant, are allowed to participate in outdoor exercises, non-contact sports, and recreational activities.
They must also bring their own trash home for proper disposal or throw it in the proper designated trash bins to keep Clark clean and green, according to the CDC guidelines.
Standard protocols still remain such as wearing of face masks, even while engaged in strenuous activities, except when eating, drinking, and catching one’s breath.
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