Following the government’s recent announcement, sporting activities will be allowed during the Movement Control Orders (MCO) and Conditional MCO (CMCO) across different states nationwide. This will apply from 13th – 26th January.
For simplicity’s sake, we have summarised what you can and cannot do according to the local limitations. Please keep in mind that these provisions are to enable you to keep healthy physically and mentally.
Please do not use this opportunity to abuse and circumvent our government’s effort in curbing the spread of COVID-19.
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What Sports Can I Do?
As of now, only cycling and jogging and limited to people within same household. No group sports activities.
Please continue to observe social distancing of 2 meters and keep a mask on when you have stopped exercising.
Considering that non-essential businesses are not allowed to open, swimming pools, indoor studios and gymnasiums will be closed until further notice.
Where Can I Go Running?
In your own neighbourhood and towns or cities, within your district boundaries and adhering to roadblocks. No more than 2 persons allowed to jog at any one time from your household.
Where Can I Go Cycling?
Cycling – on your own is allowed within 10km of your place of residence. Group cycling is not allowed.
Cycle on the roads in your own neighbourhood, towns or cities, within your district boundaries and adhering to roadblocks. Please stay off the highways.
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As of now, there have been no official announcements by the city and town councils. Check with the park nearest to you before you head out. We will continue to update list of places pending further announcements.