While individual fitness may continue with modifications, recreation team and youth sports are not yet permitted in Riverside County.
As the county continues to reopen additional activities and sectors of the economy, the return of youth sports has been on the minds of many parents and young athletes countywide. Currently, the California Department of Public Health has determined that no recreational team sports are permitted and that the fitness guidance used for gyms and other fitness facilities is not for use for team sports activities.
Youth and recreational team sports are currently designated as part of stage three of Governor Newsom’s reopening plan. Riverside County remains in accelerated stage two that has seen the return of restaurants, nail salons, and gyms with necessary health protocols and modifications.
Individual fitness guidance as provided by Riverside County and CDPH can be found www.RivCoBizHelp.org. For more information about recreational team sports, visit http://www.covid19.ca.gov/roadmap-counties.
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