Due to the Public Health Agency's decision on regulations that connect to the Pandemic Act, we have taken the following measures.
After 16:30 and on public holidays (due to access to the main hall and small changing rooms)
We have also reduced the number in the groups classes and follow the new regulations in the gym.
The maximum number is calculated on the total square meter of area in the facility divided by 10, where members and tenants have access.
Not included are staff areas and storage
Authorities announced new restrictions on December 18. They recommend a maximum number in shops, gyms etc. This is to reduce crowding. We have already introduced measures that enable us to avoid crowding in our premises today and we will continue our operations. We follow the public health agency's recommendations and if there are new recommendations or changes in the law later, we will adapt to these.
New recommendations after 16/11
In order for us to reduce contact in corridors and create extra time for class equipment before the session begins, we have created more time between classes. We have reduced the maximum number of bookings in the classes even more.
To facilitate late cancellations, you can now also call the reception if time is too short when using our booking system.
What can you do for make your training more effective at Campus1477?
Remember to also keep your distance at the entrance, by the reception, when you get your equipment etc. Also by the hand sanitizers and cleaning stations.
Times with fewer people at the facility
Weekdays before 15:00. (avoid 15.00-20.00)
Saturday after 12:00
Sunday before 15:00
The new restriction of maximum 8 people in social gathering does not include gyms.
But the government and the Swedish Public Health Agency have issued advice and guidelines that people should refrain from, for example, moving around in shops, going to the gym and meeting others than the people they live with
Show consideration to others
Campus1477 must be a safe and secure place for both members and employees. We have adapted our operations and created a number of safety measures to meet the Swedish Public Health Agency's recommendations for reducing the spread of infection.
In our facility
In our gyms
Here's how to help reduce the spread of infection: