After eight weeks of being closed due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the TBK Bank Sports Complex will reopen Saturday.
Leaders at the complex are “busily putting a plan together to open the doors and welcome the public back” after Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Wednesday that some business can reopen statewide.
“We have missed all the activity we usually have inside and out of our building, and we look forward to safely welcoming everyone back,” said Dave Stow, CEO of the complex, said in a media release.
To keep visitors safe, the complex is taking several precautionary measures, including:
- Limiting the number of athletes who can play or practice on courts and fields
- At Level II Fitness, proper spacing of all equipment, continuing stringent sanitation on all machines and equipment, and temporary suspension of group fitness classes
- All staff are trained in sanitizing equipment and monitoring proper occupancy and spacing.
Complex leadership say they working with all of the sport organizers to bring events back to the complex safely.
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